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Once a difficult problem for cannoneers If the vertical and horizontal components are separated, the problem becomes simple.
Projectile Motion Horizontal – simple as a ball rolling across the table Use equations like d = v x t
Projectile Motion Vertical – simple as a free falling gravity problem Use equations like d= 1/2 gt 2 and A = V/T
Projectile Motion NOTE: Air and other resistance is being ignored for the time being.
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Trajectory Up to a 45 degree angle – greater distance at greater angle After 45 degree – greater height, less distance 45 degree gives the greatest distance Any two angles that add to 90 degrees will hit the same place
Projectile Motion Air Resistance
Projectile Motion Velocity
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7-2 Projectile Motion. Independence of Motion in 2-D Projectile is an object that has been given an intial thrust (ignore air resistance) Football,
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PHYSICS 103: Lecture 4 Freely falling objects çThrowing a ball upward Projectile Motion çTrajectory of projectile çHitting a target Agenda for Today:
2D Motion Principles of Physics. CAR Av = 2 m/sCAR Bv = 0 Both cars are the same distance above the ground, but Car A is traveling at 2 m/s and Car B.
Physics Free fall with an initial horizontal velocity (assuming we ignore any effects of air resistance) The curved path that an object follows.
5 Projectile Motion Projectile motion can be described by the horizontal and vertical components of motion.
Motion in Two Dimensions
Projectile Motion Type I Type II. Projectile Motion Any object that has been given an initial thrust, then moves only under the force of gravity. The.
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Projectile Motion Review
Projectile Motion Projectile motion: a combination of horizontal motion with constant horizontal velocity and vertical motion with a constant downward.
Projectile motion can be described by the horizontal and vertical components of motion.
Concept Summary Batesville High School Physics. Projectiles A projectile is an object moving in 2 dimensions under the influence of gravity. For example,
Projectile Motion-Starter What is the path that the bike and the water take called?
Projectile Motion Previously, we studied motion in one direction (linear motion) Projectiles follow a curved path (nonlinear motion) The velocity of a.
Projectile Motion Also known as two dimensional motion or trajectory problems.
Chapter 7.2 – Projectile Motion
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