GUI of vector analysis on spreadsheets for students and teachers
Keywords:Teaching mathematics, excel spreadsheet, GUI, vector algebra
A Graphical User Interface (GUI) teaching tool to teach different vectors modules to college and undergraduate students have been developed. The Physics and Mathematics students can benefit from these executable spreadsheets for practicing vector algebra with minimum inputs and through diagrams and answers as output. The spreadsheets are employed to calculate vectors resolution, addition, projection, and multiplication because they are ubiquitous. Some GUI on vectors available online gives the results, whereas this GUI shows the calculation steps to reach the results, which helps learn the subject effectively. The developed GUI also assists the mentors regarding their lab work and exams to make different papers with answer keys.
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