Parallel Vectors

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Probably the last resource I will do on vectors, because I’m not sure how much more value I have to add on this topic. I think a lot of it just comes down to practice.

There’s only 4 slides here. A little exercise about identifying when vectors are parallel, which I haven’t done enough of before

Then there’s an example (but no ‘your turn’ as the differences between questions are simply too extreme to make the comparison worth it) and some exam questions that I took off exam wizard.

It’s a bit lightweight, but I found isolating the skill pretty tricky.

If you do this in an awesome way, please tweet me @ticktockmaths.