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Your Physics students will love these Vectors Doodle Notes when they learn about scalars and vectors; distance, position and displacement; drawing vectors and adding vectors! This bundle contains 4 doodle notes, answer keys and corresponding anchor charts. My answer keys are suggestions based on m

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Also included in: Physics Doodle Note Bundle

This fun 50 minute activity is designed to simplify resolving vectors into components and determining the magnitude and direction of the resultant when multiple vectors are added. It is appropriate for on-level up to AP Physics and for a pre-calculus class.
Presented as a 9 hole round of mini-golf

Students have to work out where different combinations of vectors will take them around the grid. They can then match them to the answers at the bottom of the sheet.
I found it helped my students to understand the difference between a and -a and to understand how to add and subtract vectors.
It

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This study guide introduces vectors and vector addition. We use lots of large diagrams and grids to help the students visualize the vector concept.The study guide is carefully scaffolded to help students gain a solid master of the topic.We show how the numerical and graphical versions correspond fo

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7^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Pre Calculus : Addition of Vectors
This file contains five slides that students can use to practice adding vectors. In this activity, students are given a graph and three vectors. They add two of the vectors together and find the resultant.
Students need to be familiar with the words resultant, v

Also included in: PreCalculus Digital Bundle - Perfect for Distance Learning

It contains:
Classwork about:
Vector Multiplication by a Scalar
Vector Addition & Subtraction
Find the magnitude and direction of a vector
Homework about vectors

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5^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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This interactive SMART Notebook introduces the concept of vectors including, magnitude, direction, equal and equivalant. The lesson includes multiple example problems for adding and subtracting vectors as well as determining the resultant vector.
The lesson ends with three sample problems using vect

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

This self checking worksheet introduced the student to either head to tail vector addition or parallelogram vector addition. The top of the worksheet gives 5 vectors. They are used all through out the worksheet in different problems. Graphing space is included. Upon completion of the worksheet,

Also included in: Vectors Bundle - 6 worksheets

This is a series of labelled vectors plotted (A, B, C, etc) Next the vectors are added for example A+B
Great Head-to-Toe method and practice

The best lab you can do to teach your students how to add multiple vectors by graphical and analytic method. It shows the graphical method of adding vectors in step-by-step method starting from selecting the scale.
The graphical method is followed by the analytic method in great detail. An extensive

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Adding or subtracting vectors can be as easy as adding two numbers if they are in component form. Here, you get sample worked out examples and 20 additional problems to work on, answers to those are provided, and the samples are worked out for you.

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Adding and Subtracting Vectors Graphically. Worksheet for extra practice

Practice adding vectors. Includes answer key.

Mixed vector review.

Lesson Starter Series (LSS) © – is a perfect tool that I use in my Physics and Earth Science classes to ignite students’ curiosity and engage them in thinking process immediately. Each flipchart consists of: Aim, Do Now assignment, Essential Question(s) on a front page and then several pages of Less

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This worksheet requires students to add perpendicular vectors using a step-by-step process that includes sketching a triangle using the tip-to-tail method and determining the resultant direction and magnitude using Pythagorean Theorem and the tangent function. The worksheet includes 2 problems that

Powerpoint Presentation about Addition and subtraction of vectors

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This is a worksheet that requires students to add non-perpendicular vectors using a step-by-step method that includes sketching, resolving, combining components, and adding perpendicular vectors using the tip-to-tail method. It includes a total of 6 problems. Directions are given in the format of 30

This is the homework and study guide that I give to my physics students for their Kinematics Unit on adding and resolving vectors. The study guide is a long 5 problem set that has students add and resolve vectors both graphically and analytically. There is a key included.

Students will practice on adding the following force vectors using the components method, graphically and analytically. Students may determine the percent difference between the numerical results to compare the values. Teachers may give extra credit to students with e percent difference less than 2%

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11^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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Adding Vectors review.

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Adding and Subtracting Vectors Graphically on a cartesian plane

Students add vectors using the head to tail method to determine the velocity of an airplane in reference to the ground. The velocity of the airplane in reference to the air, and the wind's velocity is given. Teachers may ask the students to work in groups and build their own arrows from cardboard an

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This lesson explores how to add vectors in the same direction and in different directions. This is a lesson used before exploring projectile motion.

Also included in: Kinematics Unit Lessons (Powerpoints)