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Nealsen Pe Benito (Student)
John Burger (Student)
extensively used 2 dimensional graph.
BJ James (Student)
William Atkins (Student)
parallelogram method. I also like the extra information provided for each of
the vectors drawn and added.
Mason Cole (Student)
sliding down the length of the other vector to show the resultant! My main
complaint is that the 3-D vectors (I tried one out for fun) are a little too
slow. The graphics are sparse, but still pretty good. --MJC
Luke Boyer (Student)
Although it is limited to two vectors, the 3-D vectors increased its rating.
Ryan Dennis (Student)
thus, I only gave it 3 stars.