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PROJECTILE AND FREE-FALL MOTION
Transcript of PROJECTILE AND FREE-FALL MOTION
Macalintal, Sanchez, Santiago, Sarao, Subido, & Villasenor
The first-coin was placed at the edge of the laboratory table.
The second-coin was held, the same height as the table’s elevation.
Simultaneously, the first-coin was pushed from the table so that it will form a trajectory when it falls and the second-coin was dropped to perform free-fall motion.
Three trials were observed and recorded.
EXPERIMENT 1.1- FUNDAMENTAL FORCES LABORATORY STATIONS
WHICH COIN WILL HIT THE GROUND FIRST?
Both coins will hit the ground at the same time because gravity causes objects on earth to accelerate downward at the rate of 9.8 m/s/s.
Projectile Motion is used in ballistics. "Ballistics" is the study of gunfire patterns for the purposes of crime-solving. This application of ballistics is a significant part of police science, because it allows law-enforcement investigators to determine when, where, and how a firearm was used.
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