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PP+ Force Vector Addition

The Addition of Force Vectors lab uses a force table to investigate the vector addition of forces

The Addition of Force Vectors lab uses a force table to investigate the vector addition of forces

PP+ Force Vector Addition

by Polyhedron Learning Media, Inc.
PP+ Force Vector Addition
PP+ Force Vector Addition
PP+ Force Vector Addition

What is it about?

The Addition of Force Vectors lab uses a force table to investigate the vector addition of forces. It is part of High School Virtual Physics Lab, a set of 24 iPad apps for use in the classroom. To see how they work, try the FREE HSVPL Newton’s 2nd Law lab.

PP+ Force Vector Addition

App Details

Version
1.4.1
Rating
(3)
Size
63Mb
Genre
Education Reference
Last updated
May 12, 2020
Release date
March 29, 2013
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App Store Description

The Addition of Force Vectors lab uses a force table to investigate the vector addition of forces. It is part of High School Virtual Physics Lab, a set of 24 iPad apps for use in the classroom. To see how they work, try the FREE HSVPL Newton’s 2nd Law lab.

In addition to a 3D simulation that produces realistic data, each lab includes introductory videos, background theory, experimental procedure, analysis and reporting tools, pre- and post-lab quizzes, and teacher support materials.

These labs can serve as replacements for hands-on labs, especially when equipment is not available, or as supplements to hands-on labs. They are also a suitable option for students in distance learning situations. Formative and summative evaluations showed no significant difference in learning between students using the virtual labs and those using hands-on labs. Preliminary results suggest increased learning by students using the virtual labs as supplements to hands-on.

HSVPL was developed by Polyhedron Learning Media, Inc. and is distributed in conjunction with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Funding for this project was provided under contract number ED-IES-11-C-0029 by the Institute of Education Sciences in the U.S. Department of Education through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.

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