1.0 / November 21, 2018
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Description

- Click and Drag to draw the first vector - Click and drag oneitherend to change it, or on the center magnitude to translate it- Clickon the red circle to begin drawing the next vector - Oncebothvector are drawn, drag one by the center to connect them andsee theresultant - Touch drag or pinch to translate or zoom thescreen -Buttons on the sides can show detail such as as:magnitudes andangles in the diagram, full vector labels on theleft, the resultantvector (answer) - The question mark buttoncreates a random vectoraddition problem to solve - The 5/2 buttonsnaps vectors to thenearest 5 degrees and 2 m to make them simplerto draw

App Information Vector Addition for High School Physics

  • App Name
    Vector Addition for High School Physics
  • Package Name
    com.mygdx.vectors2
  • Updated
    November 21, 2018
  • File Size
    3.6M
  • Requires Android
    Android 2.3 and up
  • Version
    1.0
  • Developer
    Matthew Craig
  • Installs
    1,000+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Education
  • Developer
    2603 Bathurst Street, Unit 609 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6B 2Z6
  • Google Play Link

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