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A collection of simulations and virtual labs focusing on first-year college physics.  PhET provides fun, interactive,... see more

A Java applet that lets students create vectors on a cartesian coordinate system, and then add them graphically. Users... see more

With the ""Graphing Vector Caculator"" you draw two vectors then command it to add or subtract the vectors by pressing a... see more

Displays the result when two vectors lying in a plane are multiplied with a curl.

This applet demonstrates various properties of vector fields. You can select from a number of vector fields and see how... see more

Simple applet for demonstrating the adding of up to four vectors.

A Java applet for demonstrating vector addition and subtraction using the head-to-tail method of vector summation.

This Macromedia ShockWave is an adding machine for vectors. The vectors to be added can be adjusted by clicking and... see more

Move, rotate, and resize two vectors in a plane. Find their resultant, both graphically and by direct computation.

Animation showing a vector in 3-D and its three components. Viewing angle can be changed by the user.

This java applet covers Magnetic fields from current sources, Biot-Savart law, current, long straight wires (LSW).... see more

This flash applet demonstrates the addition of vectors. An apparently unlimited number of vectors can be displayed and... see more

Shockwave applet adds vectors chosen by the user.

A tutorial on vector addition, with applets for illustrating important concepts such as the parallelogram method,... see more

Applet demonstrates the parallelogram method of adding vectors.

Uses the head-to-tail method to demonstrate how vectors are added. User can choose up to five vectors. Foreign language... see more

Applet demonstrates how to sum vectors.

User can demonstrate the head-to-tail method of vector addition.

דף מידע ובו יישומון המלמד כיצד לבצע חיבור וקטורים. מופיע במדור למידה מתוקשבת באתר מכון דוידסון.