This page contains a worksheet on the topic of vectors for beginning physics students. It was developed as a companion to the lecture presentations by the same authors (see Related Items on this page for a link.) A primary goal of the full instructional unit is to help physics and calculus students differentiate the uses of vectors for physics vs. mathematics, a difficulty known as the "vector calculus gap". It may be freely downloaded and printed for classroom use.
This resource is part of a collection developed by the NSF-funded Mathematics Across the Community College Curriculum (MAC 3).
Does not have a copyright, license, or other use restriction.
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Metadata instance created
December 22, 2008
by Caroline Hall
August 11, 2011
by Lyle Barbato
Last Update when Cataloged:
February 4, 2008
This resource is part of 2 Physics Front Topical Units.
Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion Unit Title: Vectors
This comprehensive worksheet on vectors may be used as a test/quiz for beginning physics students. It was designed to accompany the lecture and lesson materials by the same authors (see above under Lesson Plans). May be freely downloaded and printed for classroom use.
Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion Unit Title: Assessments
This comprehensive worksheet may be used as a test-quiz for introductory physics or as a diagnostic assessment for more advanced courses. It was designed to accompany the lecture and lesson materials by the same authors (see above under Vectors: Lesson Plans). May be freely downloaded and printed for classroom use.
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