# Study sets matching "parabolic motion"

Horizontal constant velocity: x=

Horizontal constant velocity: x=

vertical constant acceleration: y=

vertical constant acceleration: y=

(Vox)t

Vo Cos(theta o)t

yo + (Voy)t - (1/2)gt^2

yo + Vo Sin(theta o)t-(1/2)gt^2

Horizontal constant velocity: x=

(Vox)t

Horizontal constant velocity: x=

Vo Cos(theta o)t

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

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

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

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

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

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

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

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

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

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

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

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

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

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

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

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

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

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

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Second

Speed

Average Speed

Instantaneous Speed

Base metric measurement of time.

Rate of change of distance over time.

Total distance divided by total time.

Speed of an object at a given moment.

Second

Base metric measurement of time.

Speed

Rate of change of distance over time.

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 NOTHIN…

Projectile

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

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

Projectile

Examples of projectiles

Vertical motion of a projectile

Horizontal motion of a projectile

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

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

1. Force = Weight (the pull of gravity acting on the object)... 2…

1. Force = none... 2. Acceleration = none... 3. Velocity is constant…

Projectile

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

Examples of projectiles

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

Projectile

Parabolic

Horizontal

Vertical

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

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 t…

Parabolic

curved path taken 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 NOTHIN…

Projectile

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

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

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

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

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

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

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

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Velocity

Speed

Displacement

Distance

Speed in a given direction

Distance/time

Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…

How far an object moves

Velocity

Speed in a given direction

Speed

Distance/time

Apex

Freefall

Horizontal

Vertical

Highest point in the trajectory

The only force acting on the object is the gravitational force

x direction

y direction

Apex

Highest point in the trajectory

Freefall

The only force acting on the object is the gravitational force

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 gra…

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 gra…

Projectile

Examples of projectiles

Vertical motion of a projectile

Horizontal motion of a projectile

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

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

1. Force = Weight (the pull of gravity acting on the object)... 2…

1. Force = none... 2. Acceleration = none... 3. Velocity is constant…

Projectile

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

Examples of projectiles

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

Projectile

Free fall

Trajectory

Range

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

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

The parabolic path of a projectile

The horizontal displacement experienced by a projectile

Projectile

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

Free fall

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

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 NOTHIN…

Projectile

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

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

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

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

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

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

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

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Trajectory

Range

Projectile

Parabolic

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

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

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

curved path taken by a projectile.

Trajectory

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

Range

The horizontal distance traveled by a projectile.

Elastic

Inelastic

impulse

Conservation of Momentum

when two or more objects collide and energy is completely cons…

when two or more objects collide and energy is not complete co…

The change in momentum

We can use this concept to determine the velocity of different…

Elastic

when two or more objects collide and energy is completely cons…

Inelastic

when two or more objects collide and energy is not complete co…

Projectile

Free fall

Trajectory

Range

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

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

The parabolic path of a projectile

The horizontal displacement experienced by a projectile

Projectile

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

Free fall

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

Projectile

Parabolic

Horizontal

Vertical

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

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 t…

Parabolic

curved path taken 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 NOTHIN…

Projectile

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

Trajectory

The parabolic path that a projectile follows

component

vector

tangent

projectile motion

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

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 velocity…

component

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

vector

component with magnitude and direction