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# Graphical Methods of Vector Addition

## Know the difference between scalars and vectors, add vectors head to toe

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## Graphical Methods of Vector Addition

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Describes scalars, vectors, and vector addition.
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## Driverless Car

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Learn about adding two vectors together by components in the context of a GPS-style city map.
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## Position Displacement

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Learn the difference between distance and displacement using vectors. Also understand the significance of direction and magnitude in determining vector quantities.
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## Visualizing Vector Addition

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Graphical Methods of Vector Addition Interactive
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## Graphical Methods of Vector Addition Quiz

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Reviews the process of summing vectors by sketching scale arrows.
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## Drift

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Discover how and why boats drift.
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