Look at the following vector diagram in which M and N are the midpoints of AB and BC respectively.

To get from C to A you can either do a backwards * q* or an

*followed by a backwards*

**s***.*

**p**To get from M to N you can also do * -½p + q + ½s*.

In this worksheet, students must use letter notation to answer questions on vectors.

**Key stage:** KS 4

**Curriculum topic:** Geometry and Measures

**Curriculum subtopic:** Apply Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Diagrammatic Representation of Vectors

**Difficulty level:**

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