# Study sets matching "projectile motion"

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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.

Scalar

Vector

Resultant

x-component of velocity during projecti…

Quantity with only magnitude (Size)... Ex. 1 kilogram, 30 seconds…

Quantity with magnitude AND direction... Ex. 2 m/s West or + 2m/s

The sum of two or more vectors

Horizontal component - stays constant

Scalar

Quantity with only magnitude (Size)... Ex. 1 kilogram, 30 seconds…

Vector

Quantity with magnitude AND direction... Ex. 2 m/s West or + 2m/s

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

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.

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…

64.5 m

27.99 m

4.78 s

200m

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

Harry accidentally falls out of a helicopter that is traveling…

64.5 m

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

27.99 m

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

64.5 m

27.99 m

4.78 s

200m

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

Harry accidentally falls out of a helicopter that is traveling…

64.5 m

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

27.99 m

A player kicks a football from ground level with a velocity of…

free fall

projectile

same rate

9.8 m/s2

when the only force acting on an object is gravity

an object in free fall is know as a

neglecting air resistance all objects fall at the _________ __…

acceleration due to gravity (g)

free fall

when the only force acting on an object is gravity

projectile

an object in free fall is know as a

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

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

Magnitude and direction

magnitude only

the length of the arrow represents the…

-draw vector with correct magnitude and…

A vector is a quantity that has __________.

A scalar is a quantity that has __________.

When representing velocity as a vector __________.

In order to find the components of a vector, you should ______…

Magnitude and direction

A vector is a quantity that has __________.

magnitude only

A scalar is a quantity that has __________.

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

The maximum height.

Launch point of a projectile.

Point of impact.

Initial vertical velocity component of…

The point of highest vertical elevation of a projectile. At th…

This where the the starting point, t=0s. Projectile begins its…

This where the time stops. Projectile ends its flight at this…

V(vertical) = V. sine θ. Vertical component undergoes the infl…

The maximum height.

The point of highest vertical elevation of a projectile. At th…

Launch point of a projectile.

This where the the starting point, t=0s. Projectile begins its…

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…

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.

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…

Terminal Velocity

Net Force

Balanced forces

Force

The greatest velocity a falling object can achieve

The combination of all forces acting on an object.

Forces that are equal in size but opposite in direction.

A push or pull exerted on an object.

Terminal Velocity

The greatest velocity a falling object can achieve

Net Force

The combination of all forces acting on an object.

Acceleration

Velocity

Relationship between Acceleration and V…

Newton's First Law of Motion

Acceleration is the rate of change in the velocity of an objec…

Velocity is a measure of how fast something moves in a particu…

Acceleration and Velocity are in opposite directions. Velocity…

Also known as the law of inertia. An object at rest stays at r…

Acceleration

Acceleration is the rate of change in the velocity of an objec…

Velocity

Velocity is a measure of how fast something moves in a particu…