Module 3 Learning Activities & Assignments
Kinematic EquationsThe following videos explain the five basic kinematic equations that are used in this course. Watch the videos and take notes using the template provided or in your composition books.
Equations 1 & 2Equation 3Equation 4Equation 5 
Vectors
Click on the button below to go to the Minds On Physics modules associated with vectors and projectiles.

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The following videos give a very brief introduction to vectors. Please take notes using the template provided or in your composition books.
Introduction to Vectors 
This video gives a very short conceptual introduction to vectors.

Vector Basics Part I 
This video begin to define vectors and introduces basic vocabulary. 
Vector Basics Part II 
This video compliments the previous video and completes the introduction to vectors. Complete the following form after watching these videos. Remember these forms are a type of selfassessment. They are meant to help you absorb and assimilate the information you have just been exposed to in the videos. 
Additional Resources
Vectors are an important concept to master in physics. The following resources may be useful to those who wish to study vectors in greater depth.
ActivitiesClick on the buttons below for interactive tutorials on vector addition.

Phet SimulationsHere is the Moving Man simulation from Phet. Click here for the associated document.

Math/ Science ConnectionThe following document relates the math and science of vectors. Consider this to be a bonus resource  but well worth reading.

AP PhysicsThis Power Point explores vectors at a more rigorous level for those students that may be considering a degree in science or engineering.

The Unit Circle ReviewThis is a great review of trigonometry: angles, six trig. functions, identities and formulas, graphs: domain, range and transformations.

Worked Examples of Algebra Based PhysicsClick on the button below for an extensive but incredibly good document that is essentially a book about mechanics. It has great explanations and many worked examples. It is an outstanding resource.
