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Forces are at work all around, and once again we figure out the most efficient use of forces. We see that there is more force on pushing a load than just lifting it. Also touched on is the angle of rooftops and hills, and the complex forces involved theSeason Finale
Season FinaleForces are at work all around, and once again we figure out the most efficient use of forces. We see that there is more force on pushing a load than just lifting it. Also touched on is the angle of rooftops and hills, and the complex forces involved theNo links available 
So far, we've looked at vectors in terms of distance and direction. Velocity, for instance, is a vector quantity. But so are other forces acting all around us. Animated men show the wrong use of force in trying to push a sled.
So far, we've looked at vectors in terms of distance and direction. Velocity, for instance, is a vector quantity. But so are other forces acting all around us. Animated men show the wrong use of force in trying to push a sled.No links available 
How do you figure out the resultant of two vectors without relying on the grid of a Cartesian plane? This program builds by leaps and bounds from the previous three shows.
How do you figure out the resultant of two vectors without relying on the grid of a Cartesian plane? This program builds by leaps and bounds from the previous three shows.No links available 
Besides using standard measurements, vectors can be designated with the ordered pair, labeled (X, Y). This show also discusses finding the quantities of a resultant whose two base vectors do not meet at a right angle.
Besides using standard measurements, vectors can be designated with the ordered pair, labeled (X, Y). This show also discusses finding the quantities of a resultant whose two base vectors do not meet at a right angle.No links available 
The resultant is the sum of two vectors. We begin with the adding of two vectors that meet at a right angle. This allows the use of the Pythagorean theorem. Finding the resultant is more dependable than reading instruments on a moving vehicleÃ¢â‚¬â€œs
The resultant is the sum of two vectors. We begin with the adding of two vectors that meet at a right angle. This allows the use of the Pythagorean theorem. Finding the resultant is more dependable than reading instruments on a moving vehicleÃ¢â‚¬â€œsNo links available 
Ed and Charlie are chasing down a bandit. They, along with the Chief of Police (pursuing in a helicopter), determine where the bandit must turn and calculate the point at which Ed and Charlie would intercept him. Vectors are defined, classified, and prSeries Premiere
Series PremiereEd and Charlie are chasing down a bandit. They, along with the Chief of Police (pursuing in a helicopter), determine where the bandit must turn and calculate the point at which Ed and Charlie would intercept him. Vectors are defined, classified, and prNo links available

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