#### Study sets matching "parabolic motion"

#### Study sets matching "parabolic motion"

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

The curved path that an object makes in space, or that a thro…

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Any object that moves through the air or through space under…

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

The curved path that an object makes in space, or that a thro…

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

The curved path that an object makes in space, or that a thro…

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Any object that moves through the air or through space under…

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

The curved path that an object makes in space, or that a thro…

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Projectile

Trajectory

Examples of projectiles

A key idea

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

1. an object dropped from rest... 2. an object thrown vertically…

Horizontal and vertical components of a projectile have NOTHI…

Projectile

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

Projectile

Parabolic

Horizontal

Vertical

Any object that moves through the air or through space under…

curved path taken by a projectile.

Traveling across the X-axis

Traveling along the Y-axis

Projectile

Any object that moves through the air or through space under…

Parabolic

curved path taken by a projectile.

Projectile Motion

projectile

parabolic trajectory

Horizontal (x) Component of Projectile…

the curved path that an object follows when thrown, launched,…

an object that is thrown, the only force acting upon it is gr…

The arc an object takes while falling

constant velocity; zero acceleration

Projectile Motion

the curved path that an object follows when thrown, launched,…

projectile

an object that is thrown, the only force acting upon it is gr…

Projectile

Free fall

Trajectory

Range

An object that moves in both the horizontal and vertical dire…

When an object moving vertically with only the force of gravi…

The parabolic path of a projectile

The horizontal displacement experienced by a projectile

Projectile

An object that moves in both the horizontal and vertical dire…

Free fall

When an object moving vertically with only the force of gravi…

motion in 2 dimensions

horizontal velocity

vertical acceleration

range

Projectile Motion

Component of motion that doesn't change

9.8 m/s^2 down

another name for horizontal displacement

motion in 2 dimensions

Projectile Motion

horizontal velocity

Component of motion that doesn't change

Projectile

Parabolic

Horizontal

Vertical

Any object that moves through the air or through space under…

curved path taken by a projectile.

Traveling across the X-axis

Traveling along the Y-axis

Projectile

Any object that moves through the air or through space under…

Parabolic

curved path taken by a projectile.

Firing Angle

Free fall

Initial Velocity

Projectile

Measurement (in degrees) from horizontal that a projectile is…

Occurs when the motion is caused by the downward action of ob…

Composed of Horizontal and Vertical Components of motion to p…

Moving object where the only thing acting upon it is gravity.

Firing Angle

Measurement (in degrees) from horizontal that a projectile is…

Free fall

Occurs when the motion is caused by the downward action of ob…

Projectile

Trajectory

Examples of projectiles

A key idea

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

1. an object dropped from rest... 2. an object thrown vertically…

Horizontal and vertical components of a projectile have NOTHI…

Projectile

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

Projectile

Trajectory

Examples of projectiles

A key idea

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

1. an object dropped from rest... 2. an object thrown vertically…

Horizontal and vertical components of a projectile have NOTHI…

Projectile

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

describe a parabolic curve

name the vertical component

name the horizontal component and impo…

name the factors effecting projectile…

shows projectile motion ... inverted 'u' shape ... symmetrical

gravity

air resistance and fluid friction ... can be negligible

speed of release ... angle of release ... height of release

describe a parabolic curve

shows projectile motion ... inverted 'u' shape ... symmetrical

name the vertical component

gravity

Characteristics of projectile motion

Projectile

Trajectory

Range

Motion in two dimensions along a curved path, caused by a fre…

An powered free moving object

The path traced out by the object in motion.

Distance traveled by projectile along X axis.

Characteristics of projectile motion

Motion in two dimensions along a curved path, caused by a fre…

Projectile

An powered free moving object

component

vector

tangent

projectile motion

the projection of a vector quantity, as a force or velocity,…

component with magnitude and direction

touching at a single point on a graph relating to a curve

is when an object has initial and constant horizontal velocit…

component

the projection of a vector quantity, as a force or velocity,…

vector

component with magnitude and direction

projectile

time of flight

parabolic motion

trajectory

An object upon which the only force acting is gravity, it inc…

how long or the total time a projectile is in the air

an object is thrown and moves along a curved graph under the…

the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving…

projectile

An object upon which the only force acting is gravity, it inc…

time of flight

how long or the total time a projectile is in the air

Projectile

Trajectory

Examples of projectiles

A key idea

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

1. an object dropped from rest... 2. an object thrown vertically…

Horizontal and vertical components of a projectile have NOTHI…

Projectile

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

Projectile

Free fall

Trajectory

Range

An object that moves in both the horizontal and vertical dire…

When an object moving vertically with only the force of gravi…

The parabolic path of a projectile

The horizontal displacement experienced by a projectile

Projectile

An object that moves in both the horizontal and vertical dire…

Free fall

When an object moving vertically with only the force of gravi…

Projectile Motion

Trajectory

Range

Maximum Height

the motion produce when a mass has constant velocity in the x…

the parabolic path of projectile

the horizontal displacement of a projectile throughout the tr…

the tallest vertical displacement produced during the traject…

Projectile Motion

the motion produce when a mass has constant velocity in the x…

Trajectory

the parabolic path of projectile

Projectile

Motion of a projectile

Horizontal and Vertical motion are:

Vertical motion equation

Any object that moves through air or space by its own inertia

Parabolic

Independent of each other

y = 1/2gt^2

Projectile

Any object that moves through air or space by its own inertia

Motion of a projectile

Parabolic

gravity

weight

mass

projectile

The attractive force between two objects that depends on thei…

The gravitational force exerted on an object (W=mg).

The amount of matter in an object.

Anything that is thrown, shot, or launched. Only force acting…

gravity

The attractive force between two objects that depends on thei…

weight

The gravitational force exerted on an object (W=mg).

When you are asked to calculate the ti…

The height of a projectile determines…

Big 5 Kinematics

A projectile is always under earth's a…

0

longer

d=1/2(v-vo)t... d=vt - 1/2at^2... d=Vot +1/2at^2... v=Vo+at... v^2=Vo+2ad

true

When you are asked to calculate the ti…

0

The height of a projectile determines…

longer

Projectile

Trajectory

Examples of projectiles

A key idea

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

1. an object dropped from rest... 2. an object thrown vertically…

Horizontal and vertical components of a projectile have NOTHI…

Projectile

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

What is the main force acting on a pro…

Projectile motion is always movement i…

With projectile motion we usually igno…

With vertical motion, it is ___________.

gravity

2

air resistance

accelerated

What is the main force acting on a pro…

gravity

Projectile motion is always movement i…

2

Projectile

Trajectory

Range

Height

Any object that is launched with an initial velocity and cont…

The path a projectile follows ... -Usually parabolic

The horizontal distance covered by a projectile

The vertical distance covered by a projectile

Projectile

Any object that is launched with an initial velocity and cont…

Trajectory

The path a projectile follows ... -Usually parabolic

Projectile motion

Parabolic

Horizontal (x), vertical (y)

Independent

The curved path an object follows when thrown, launched, or o…

Projectiles follow _________ trajectories

Projectile motion is a combination of these two motions

The two motions are _______ of each other

Projectile motion

The curved path an object follows when thrown, launched, or o…

Parabolic

Projectiles follow _________ trajectories

0.2 m/s*s

2.0 m/s

-1 m/s*s between 6 and 8 seconds

increases from 1 m/s to 4 m/s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

the acceleration of the object in figure 4-2 is

between two and three seconds, the speed of the object shown…

0.2 m/s*s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

2.0 m/s

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

Scalar Quantity

vector quantity

projectiles

parabolic trajectories

A quantity with only magnitude; time, area, mass, and volume

speed with direction needs magnitude and direction

objects that are thrown or launched into the air and are subj…

the path projectiles that aren't subject to air resistance fo…

Scalar Quantity

A quantity with only magnitude; time, area, mass, and volume

vector quantity

speed with direction needs magnitude and direction

Without air resistance, any object tha…

The velocity of any object in two dime…

Two- dimensional movement

Scalar

Parabolic

Horizontal and vertical components

The motion of objects that do not travel along a straight line

A physical quantity that has magnitude but no direction

Without air resistance, any object tha…

Parabolic

The velocity of any object in two dime…

Horizontal and vertical components

Projectile Motion

Projectiles follow...

A combination of 2 motions:

the two motions are...

the curved path an object follows when thrown, launched or ot…

parabolic trajectories

horizontal (x) and vertical (y)

completely independent of each other

Projectile Motion

the curved path an object follows when thrown, launched or ot…

Projectiles follow...

parabolic trajectories

Projectile

Trajectory

Parabola

Uniform Circular Motion

an object shot through the air such as a football that has in…

the path of a projectile through space

a symmetrical open plane curve formed by the intersection of…

the movement of an object or particular trajectory at a const…

Projectile

an object shot through the air such as a football that has in…

Trajectory

the path of a projectile through space

vector

scalar

vector arrow

resultant

Any measurement that requires BOTH a magnitude (size) and a d…

Any measurement that only has a magnitude or size.

The graphical representation of a vector.

The sum of two or more vectors.

vector

Any measurement that requires BOTH a magnitude (size) and a d…

scalar

Any measurement that only has a magnitude or size.

Characteristics of projectile motion

Projectile

Trajectory

Range

Motion in two dimensions along a curved path, caused by a fre…

An powered free moving object

The path traced out by the object in motion.

Distance traveled by projectile along X axis.

Characteristics of projectile motion

Motion in two dimensions along a curved path, caused by a fre…

Projectile

An powered free moving object

Trajectory

Range

Parabolic

Hang time

The path of a projectile

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile

The mathematical term for the shape of the path of a projectile

The time a projectile is in the air

Trajectory

The path of a projectile

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile

gravity

vertical

9.8 m/s/s

0 m/s/s

What is the only force acting on a projectile?

Which type of force is gravity, a vertical or a horizontal fo…

What is the vertical acceleration of a projectile?

What is the horizontal acceleration of a projectile?

gravity

What is the only force acting on a projectile?

vertical

Which type of force is gravity, a vertical or a horizontal fo…

projectile motion

projectiles follow

projectiles negect

projectiles are a combination of 2 mot…

the curved path an object follows when thrown or launched, or…

parabolic trajectories

air resistance

1) Horizontal... 2)Vertical

projectile motion

the curved path an object follows when thrown or launched, or…

projectiles follow

parabolic trajectories

Newtons first law (law of inertia)

Inertia

Newton's second law (law of accelerati…

Force equation

An object at rest remains ar rest an an object in motion cont…

Property of an object that resists change in motion

The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the…

F=m•a

Newtons first law (law of inertia)

An object at rest remains ar rest an an object in motion cont…

Inertia

Property of an object that resists change in motion

First Property

Second Property

Third Property

Fourth Property

Only force acting on the projectile is gravity

Vertical acceleration is due to gravity at -9.8 m/s^2 downward

Horizontal Velocity is always constant-there is no horizontal…

Projectiles have parabolic trajectory

First Property

Only force acting on the projectile is gravity

Second Property

Vertical acceleration is due to gravity at -9.8 m/s^2 downward

Projectile

Trajectory

Examples of Projectiles

Key Idea

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

The curved (parabolic) path that a projectile follows

1. an object dropped from rest... 2. an object thrown vertically…

Horizontal and vertical components of a projectile have NOTHI…

Projectile

a moving object with the only force acting upon it is gravity

Trajectory

The curved (parabolic) path that a projectile follows

the same

true

resolve

add

The negative of a vector is represented by a vector of ___ le…

True or False. In the absence of air friction, the horizontal…

To ___ a vector means to find its components; a vector's comp…

You observe a railroad worker walking in the forward directio…

the same

The negative of a vector is represented by a vector of ___ le…

true

True or False. In the absence of air friction, the horizontal…