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The characteristics of vector diagrams is the subject of this worksheet and quiz. Test yourself on certain things like the length and direction of an arrow in a vector diagram.

Use these study tools to:

- Recognize how to add two vectors
- Understand how to subtract vectors
- Define the term vector

Use the worksheet and quiz to practice the following study skills:

**Critical thinking**- apply relevant concepts to examine information about vectors in a different light**Interpreting information**- verify that you can review information regarding how to add vectors and interpret it correctly**Distinguishing differences**- compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as the length and direction of an arrow in a vector diagram

Make use of the related lesson to learn more about this subject. The lesson is called What are Vector Diagrams? - Definition and Uses, and it will help you learn the following:

- Define vector diagram
- Analyze an example of a vector diagram
- Identify the uses of vector diagrams

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AP Physics 1: Exam Prep13 chapters | 143 lessons | 6 flashcard sets

- What is Kinematics? - Studying the Motion of Objects 3:29
- Scalars and Vectors: Definition and Difference 3:23
- What is Position in Physics? - Definition & Examples 4:42
- Distance and Displacement in Physics: Definition and Examples 5:26
- Speed and Velocity: Difference and Examples 7:31
- Acceleration: Definition, Equation and Examples 6:21
- Significant Figures and Scientific Notation 10:12
- Uniformly-Accelerated Motion and the Big Five Kinematics Equations 6:51
- Representing Kinematics with Graphs 3:11
- Ticker Tape Diagrams: Analyzing Motion and Acceleration 4:36
- What are Vector Diagrams? - Definition and Uses 4:20
- Determining Slope for Position vs. Time Graphs 6:48
- Using Velocity vs. Time Graphs to Describe Motion 4:52
- Determining Acceleration Using the Slope of a Velocity vs. Time Graph 5:07
- Velocity vs. Time: Determining Displacement of an Object 4:22
- Understanding Graphs of Motion: Giving Qualitative Descriptions 5:35
- Free Fall Physics Practice Problems 8:16
- Graphing Free Fall Motion: Showing Acceleration 5:24
- The Acceleration of Gravity: Definition & Formula 6:06
- Projectile Motion: Definition and Examples 4:58
- Projectile Motion Practice Problems 9:59
- Kinematic Equations List: Calculating Motion 5:41
- Go to AP Physics 1: Kinematics

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