## Math Analysis – Dot Product – Find the work needed to push a vehicle

Dot Product In this tutorial the student will learn how to apply the calculation of mechanical work.

Dot Product In this tutorial the student will learn how to apply the calculation of mechanical work.

Vectors Resultant Force In this tutorial the student will learn how to find the direction and magnitude of a resultant vector. The results are verified using a TI-84 graphing calculator. Virginia SOL MA.11 The student will perform operations with vectors in the coordinate plane and solve real-world problems, using vectors. This will include the following… Read More »

Express in terms of i and j In this tutorial we will learn how to convert the magnitude and direction of a force to calculate the i and j components of that force. Virginia SOL MA.11 The student will perform operations with vectors in the coordinate plane and solve real-world problems, using vectors. This will… Read More »

Application of Work (Dot Product) In this tutorial the student will learn how to calculate mechanical work. Virginia SOL MA.11 The student will perform operations with vectors in the coordinate plane and solve real-world problems, using vectors. This will include the following topics: operations of addition, subtraction, scalar multiplication, and inner (dot) product; norm of a vector; unit… Read More »

Angle between two vectors In this tutorial the student will learn how to find the angle between 2 vectors. Also note that Work and the Dot Product are one in the same. Virginia SOL MA.11 The student will perform operations with vectors in the coordinate plane and solve real-world problems, using vectors. This will include the following topics:… Read More »

Dot product of the given vectors In this tutorial the student will learn how to find the Dot Product of 2 vectors. Virginia SOL MA.11 The student will perform operations with vectors in the coordinate plane and solve real-world problems, using vectors. This will include the following topics: operations of addition, subtraction, scalar multiplication, and inner (dot)… Read More »

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