Set Vector Angle

Set Vector Angle

Set Vector Angle


Set Vector Angle tool allows users to input a vector and a desired angle and calculates the new components of the vector with the specified angle.

Steps to Use:

  1. Input Vector: Enter the components of the vector separated by commas.
  2. Specify Angle: Input the desired angle for the vector in degrees.
  3. Set Vector Angle: Click the “Set Vector Angle” button to calculate the new components of the vector with the specified angle.
  4. View Result: The vector with the new angle will be displayed below the form.

Functionality: The tool calculates the new components of the vector with the specified angle using trigonometric functions and displays the result.


  • Precision: Provides an accurate calculation of the new vector components based on the desired angle.
  • Efficiency: Offers a quick and easy way to set the angle of a vector without manual calculations.
  • User-Friendly: Simple interface with clear input fields and immediate feedback on the vector with the new angle.


  1. Can I use this tool to set the angle of vectors in higher dimensions? No, this tool is specifically designed for 2D vectors. Extending it to higher dimensions would require modifying the calculation logic.
  2. What happens if I input non-numeric values or invalid input? The tool expects numeric input for the vector components and the angle. Non-numeric values will result in NaN (Not a Number) output or unexpected results.
  3. Is there a limit to the size of the vector I can input? No, the tool can handle vectors of any size, limited only by the available memory and computational resources of your device.
  4. Can I input vectors with more than two components? The current implementation of the tool only considers the first two components of the vector for setting the angle. Additional components are ignored.
  5. What range of angles does the tool support? The tool supports angles ranging from -180 degrees to 180 degrees. Angles outside this range may result in unexpected vector orientations.