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## Understand independence of component vectors, add vectors mathematically

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Explains why vectors that are perpendicular to each other have no effect on each other, and demonstrates how to add vectors mathematically.
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## Driverless Car

Learn about adding two vectors together by components in the context of a GPS-style city map.
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## Vector Addition and Scalar Multiplication

by Kyle Bardman //basic
Here is a helpful video explaining how to add vectors algebraically. Courtesy of: PartickJMT
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Reviews and provides practice with summing vectors mathematically.
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## Banked With No Friction

Determine what maximum speeds you can achieve around corners.
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• Study Guide

by Lizzie Chun //basic
A study guide for vector addition.
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