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This video explains how to calculate the magnitude and direction of a vector using integrales de funciones vectoriales. First, the inverse of the vector is calculated, and then the vector's position in Cartesian coordinates is found. Finally, the logarithm of the vector's magnitude is calculated. The vector's direction is then found using the vector's magnitude and the vector's inverse. Finally, the vector's direction is written in Cartesian coordinates.

**00:00:00**In this video, the integrals of two vectorial functions are discussed. The first function is a damped sinusoidal wave, and the second is a cosine wave. The rules for integrating these functions are similar to those for integrating normal functions, with the only difference being that the result is a vector instead of a real number. The equations for the integrals are then resolved, and the resulting values are plugged into the integrals to get the final answer. Finally, an example is given in which the limits of integration are tested.**00:05:00**In this video, the author discusses integrales de funciones vectoriales, which are mathematical functions that take a vector as input. The author discusses how to solve these functions using substitution and how to simplify them using the logarithm natural. Finally, the author solves an equation for a position in Cartesian coordinates, and shows how to calculate the natural logarithm of a number using this equation.**00:10:00**This video shows how to calculate a vector's magnitude and direction. First, the inverse of the vector is calculated, and then the vector's position in Cartesian coordinates is found. Finally, the logarithm of the vector's magnitude is calculated. The vector's direction is then found using the vector's magnitude and the vector's inverse. Finally, the vector's direction is written in Cartesian coordinates.

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