Objective: Understand vectors by connecting it to the Flying Delorean Problem.
Vectors Activity
Definition: Quantity represented by direction and magnitude
Ex. Velocity: 5 m/h North
Ex. 4i7j+13k
Ex. Matrix vector
Ex. (1,2) (4,5,3)
Ex. Velocity: 5 m/h North
Ex. 4i7j+13k
Ex. Matrix vector
Ex. (1,2) (4,5,3)
Stations
Instructions: For this activity, on the tables around the room are worksheets that have instructions for the different workstations. Once you get to your table, find the instruction sheet and the activity that goes with it. Each activity will be given 12 minutes to complete, once you completed all 6 stations turn in this worksheet to Ande.
Materials: Notebook, Computer, Desmos
Materials: Notebook, Computer, Desmos
Table 1: Scavenger Hunt Task: You must find the yeeted cat. Follow these vectors until you find it. Use a compass and count your steps to measure the vectors. The yellow wall in Kyle’s room represents the xaxis while the hallway outside the classroom represents the yaxis. The door is considered the origin. Use the examples of vectors to find the yeeted cat.  Table 2: Vector Operations
Scalar multiplication magnitude

Table 3: Climbing Anchors Task: The goal of this activity is to calculate force on anchor points for climbing anchors. On the rack, there are three configurations of anchors and a weight suspended from each focal point. Calculate the amount of weight on each anchor point.  Table 4: Vector Fields https://www.intmath.com/blog/mathematics/vectorfieldsasimpleandpainlessintroduction3345 Instructions:

Table 5: Free Body Diagrams Task: In the video the guy gives various examples of free body diagrams. When you see the pause symbol on the screen stop the video and draw the free body diagram. Do this for 3 examples. Instructions:
 Table 6: Free Body Diagram of the Flying Delorean Task: From Table 5 you learned how to create free body diagrams. This will be very useful for determining where the flying delorean will land. Follow the prompts below.
