why the vectors do not divide?, Physics

Actually vectors are divisible but not directly. A vector is multiplied by the inverse of the vector to be divided.In other way, its magnitude an be divided and multiplied by a unit vector.

 Ex. vectorA/VectorB = VectorA X 1/vcetorB

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