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Objective: To use a protractor to determine the direction of a vector and to express the direction using a couple of conventions and to convert direction information from one convention to another. If you miss a question, then you will eventually be given a very similar question. You can use the Help button at any time.
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Vector Direction
Counter-Clockwise from East Convention 6 Questions
Pick from among the three activities  -  Counter-Clockwise From East, Nearest Axes Convention, and Convention Conversions.
Angle from Nearby Axes Completed
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Rotation Angle from the Nearest Axes Convention 6 Questions
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Convention Conversions Completed
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Changing from One Convention to Another Convention 6 Questions
CCW Convention Completed
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Vector Direction
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Use the protractor to determine the direction of the vector. Express your answer using the counter-clockwise (CCW) from East convention. (The answer is a multiple of 15 degrees.)EndFragment
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CCW Convention
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CCW from East Dir’n:
Bold markings occur in 15° increments.
deg
Express the direction as an angle of rotation from either one of the two nearest axes.
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Express the direction as a counter-clockwise angle of rotation from due East.
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Perform the following convention conversion for the given direction.EndFragment
Convention Conversions
deg counter-clockwise
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Dir’n:
Use the protractor to determine the direction of the vector. Express your answer as an angle of rotation relative to one of the two nearest axes. (The angle measure is a multiple of 15 degrees.)