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### A rating for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

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### A rating for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

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### A rating for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: Excellent physic java applet.
Author: Ahmed Ibrahim (Programming)
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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: Demonstrates vector addition through the use of the parallelogram method but is limited to the use of only 2 vectors. I'm... see more
Author: Nealsen Pe Benito (Student)
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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: The 3 dimensional graph is extremely cool and adds a little life to the extensively used 2 dimensional graph. ... see more
Author: John Burger (Student)
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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: This site was very interesting. It showed me how the head to tail method is actually correct.
Author: BJ James (Student)
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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: Very nice for adding two vectors.DAC
Author: Dara Clayton (Student)
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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: This is a fairly good website, especially on the 2-D vectors with the vector sliding down the length of the other vector to... see more
Author: Mason Cole (Student)
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### A comment for Vector Addition (Physics, Math)

Comment: Does a superb job of demonstrating vector addition through the use of the parallelogram method. I also like the extra... see more
Author: William Atkins (Student)
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