Distance is a scalar, and it can be used to refer to one of three different types of distances: linear, angular, and angular-to-radial.

A scalar is a value that can be represented by a single number to represent it. Distance is thus a scalar.

The idea that distance is a scalar is a myth. Distance is not a scalar. Distance is a value that can represent a number, or a continuous variable. The number of miles you can walk is a continuous variable. The number of miles you can fly is a continuous variable. The number of kilometers you can drive is a continuous variable. These are all scalars.

Distance is a scalar.

Distance is a scalar. Distance is a scalar. Distance is a scalar. Distance is a scalar.

As you can see, the term “distance” is a lot more complicated than it seems. Distance, to me, is what happens between two points in space. When we think of distance, we often think of distance as a vector. When we think of vectors, we think of something like a line. A line is a continuous variable. A line is a scalar. A line is a scalar. A line is a vector. A line is a vector.

A line is not just a scalar or vector. A line can be a vector and a scalar. A line can be a vector and a scalar. A line can be a vector and a scalar. A line can be a vector and a scalar. A line can be a vector and a scalar. a vector and a vector. A line can be a vector and a vector. a line can be a vector and a vector.

The thing is, a line can also be scalar and a vector. A line can be a scalar and not a vector. A line can be a vector and not a scalar. A line can be a vector and not a scalar. A line can be a vector and not a scalar. A line can be a scalar and not a vector. A line can be a vector and not a scalar. A line can be a scalar and not a vector.

Well, it’s a little odd that we say a line can be a vector and not a vector. A line can be a vector but not a scalar and a vector. A line can be a scalar and not a vector. A line can be a vector and not a scalar. A line can be a scalar and not a vector. A line can be a vector and not a scalar.