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Vector Investigation

This great little game lets users move a boat around in the water by changing the boat’s speed or the water current’s speed.
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Learn about vectors with this great little game that lets users move a boat around in the water by changing the boat’s speed or the water current’s speed. In the first game you steer a boat through the water to land on an island in the water. The second game is more difficult because you need to intercept a moving target, a school of fish. The third game contains qualities of the first two. The instructions are clear and there are suggestions on how to change vectors to get different results.

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