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### 2D Kinematics (a, v, d)

Chapter 1. 2D Kinematics Calculators

Chapter 2. 2D Vector Decomposition

Chapter 3. 2D Vector Addition

Chapter 4. Introduction to Projectile Motion

Chapter 5. Projectile Motion Part 2

Chapter 6. 2D Relative Motion

Chapter 7. Unit Vectors

Chapter 8. Projectile Motion and Relative Motion Review

Chapter 9. Projectile Motion and Relative Motion Quiz

### Chapter 1 – 2D Kinematics Calculators

PHeT Vector Addition Calculator

### Chapter 2 – 2D Vector Decomposition

To do math with 2D vectors, we need to split them into an X direction vector and a Y direction vector. The calculators can be used to help you visualize the vectors.

### Chapter 3 – 2D Vector Addition

To add together 2D vectors, we first decompose them into an X direction vector and a Y direction vector. We can then add the X and Y vectors, and calculate the magnitude and direction of the final 2D vector.The calculators can be used to help you visualize the vectors.

Worksheet Solutions – Vector Addition

### Chapter 4 – Introduction to Projectile Motion

The calculator is very useful for verifying your work.

Worksheet – Projectile Motion 1

### Chapter 5 – Projectile Motion Part 2

### Chapter 7 – Unit Vectors

### Chapter 8 – Projectile Motion and Relative Motion Review

### Chapter 9 – Projectile Motion and Relative Motion Quiz