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written by Andrew Duffy
This interactive Java simulation allows students to practice vector components in two modes: "Find Components" and "Find Magnitude and Direction".  Included are tabs to check answers and hints if the user needs extra help. This item may be downloaded in xml format or as a JAR file.

This applet was created with EJS, Easy Java Simulations, a code-generating tool that allows users without formal programming experience to develop computer simulations.

SEE RELATED ITEMS on this page for a link to the full index of Andrew Duffy's EJS simulations.

Please note that this resource requires Java.
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Electricity & Magnetism
- Electric Fields and Potential
= Electric Field
- Middle School
- High School
- Instructional Material
= Interactive Simulation
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This material is released under a GNU General Public License Version 3 license.
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Andrew Duffy
Keywords:
angles, components, computer model, degrees, field, magnitude, vector, vector algebra
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Metadata instance created August 31, 2009 by Elijah Lee
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October 20, 2009 by Caroline Hall
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August 27, 2009
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A. Duffy, (Boston University, Boston, 2008), WWW Document, (http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/Ejs/EP_chapter01/vector_components_sim1_v2.html).
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A. Duffy, Boston University Physics Easy Java Simulation: Vector Components (Boston University, Boston, 2008), <http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/Ejs/EP_chapter01/vector_components_sim1_v2.html>.
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Duffy, A. (2009, August 27). Boston University Physics Easy Java Simulation: Vector Components. Retrieved September 14, 2024, from Boston University: http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/Ejs/EP_chapter01/vector_components_sim1_v2.html
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Duffy, Andrew. Boston University Physics Easy Java Simulation: Vector Components. Boston: Boston University, August 27, 2009. http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/Ejs/EP_chapter01/vector_components_sim1_v2.html (accessed 14 September 2024).
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Duffy, Andrew. Boston University Physics Easy Java Simulation: Vector Components. Boston: Boston University, 2008. 27 Aug. 2009. 14 Sep. 2024 <http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/Ejs/EP_chapter01/vector_components_sim1_v2.html>.
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### Boston University Physics Easy Java Simulation: Vector Components:

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This is the full index of Easy Java Simulations (EJS) by author Andrew Duffy, created for first-semester introductory physics.  EJS is a modeling tool developed by the Open Source Physics project.

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