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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 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

Practice for the students to add their vector with a partner's vector to get a resultant vector that they sketch and find the magnitude and direction of (they will record their answers on the first 2 pages). You can print out the cards on pages 3 and 4 (pages 3 and 4 are the same) as a class set an

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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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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Mixed vector review.

********* If you have purchased our Algebra 2 Bundle you already have a lot of the material contained in this packet. We have a separate small bundle of the Pre-Calculus items that are not included in the Algebra 2 Bundle so that you can purchase the additional notes for Pre-Calc that are not includ

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This 2-Dimensional Kinematics Workbook is going to save you and your students so much time in your Physics or Physical Science classes! This EDITABLE*, 70-page workbook covers motion in two dimensions. Students will learn about drawing vectors; adding vectors (using scale diagrams and algebraically)

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This Pre-Calculus add-on bundle contains scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 5 units of study, perfect for Pre-Calc students. **This product is intended as a supplement to our Algebra 2 bundle for buyers who have already purchased that product. If you would like a full Pre-Cal

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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you.This packet of scaffolded notes is perfec

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Also included in: Pre-Calculus Add-On for Algebra 2 INB Bundle

This series is the seventh of the Science of Weather digital extensions, a digital version of the original Science of Weather curriculum, also available in print. While the original paper version was published as one single volume of worksheets, and separate teaching notes in 5 volumes, these new se

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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: Pre Calculus Bundle - Second Semester (Vectors, Conic Sections, Sequences, etc)

Since Physics involves working with vectors, learning algebra vectors represents an important step in the ability of students to solve problems. These tasks cards will help students master the ability to Drawing Vectors Tip-To-Tail, Adding Vectors at Right Angles, and Resolving Vector into X and Y

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FULL LECTUREThis PowerPoint is a great way to teach and introduce vector calculations and review trigonometry. Each of my PowerPoints include guided Cornell student notes. These notes help students to focus on the material and also to determine the most important parts of the lecture. The greatest

[See the Preview Video] Here are my FOUR favorite labs for Vectors. Each of these labs leaves my students excited to learn physics through making experiments, discussing, and moving their bodies. Every year these are the labs I provide to my students who often tell me that physics has become their n

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[See the Preview Video] Full lesson plan on Vectors. This lesson plan is for high school physics students. They will learn about vectors both graphically and mathematically. Students will also learn about relative velocity, which will solidify their understanding of vectors and will help them as the

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This 27 page presentation is a step-by-step process for adding vectors. It starts with a problem involving forces acting on a puppy, then steps through how to draw the associated Free Body Diagram, and ultimately steps through the process of adding the vectors together. Additionally, the presentat

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This is a cumulative final exam for a high school physics course. The approximate breakdown of topics on the exam is as follows and these concepts are integrated into 6 comprehensive questions:
Motion and Motion Graphs (10%)– position, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, and interpreting

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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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Designed as a review of vector concepts:
1) initial and terminal points
2) horizontal and vertical component
3) standard position
4) magnitude = distance formula & Pythagorean Theorem.
5) direction = inverse tangent to find angle
6) adding vectors using components, resultant vector
7) angle betw

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TASK CARDS
Task cards are one of my favorite ways for students to review. They can work collaboratively and passing the cards creates movement, unlike worksheets. I use these task cards after my lecture on vectors. You can find that lecture HERE.
6 Task Cards, student answer sheet, and a full

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How much does 1+1 equal? 2? 0? 1.414? It depends on how you do vector addition in physics! This question exploration explains definitions, how to distinguish between vectors and scalars, and gives Ss practice adding vectors in one dimension and in two dimensions.
Question Exploration Routines are i

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Also included in: StayGiant Physics Bundle: Measurement

FULL LESSON This lesson is a great way to teach vector calculations and review trigonometry. Take a look at what's included in this lesson. The greatest part is that you can present an engaging and thorough lesson without stressing or needing to prep for it!This product includes:14 slide PowerPoint

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