**Projectile**

Motion

Project

Motion

Project

Projectile

Motion

How To Understand

Projectile Motion?

Horizontal

Velocity

Horizontal

Velocity

The Concept

Vertical

Velocity

Is the motion of an object,

that is thrown, and who's

course is changed by

gravity.

Projectile Motion is hard to

understand. So that's

why we need to break it down to help us understand how to use kinematic equations.

Horizontal velocity and Vertical

velocity are not the same. But in the same way they are related.

Horizontal velocity, is the speed

and direction of the horizontal

orientation of an object, projected

at an angle through the air.

Projection Motion is an object

that is moving through the air. It's in action every time an object is thrown, dropped, ejected or shot.

The horizontal velocity

doesn't change, and stays constant.Is because no other force is acting on it.

The

End

Horizontal Velocity

Continued...

The Horizontal part of a projectile's velocity, always stays constant. Unless it is

affected by air resistance.

Horizontal Velocity

continued again...

Vertical Velocity

Unlike horizontal velocity, vertical velocity, does change. So therefore it's

velocity isn't always

constant.

Vertical Velocity

Continued...

The gravitational force, of

9.8 m/s², is always acting down on the vertical velocity component, of a projectile in motion that's why it's velocity changes every second.

Vertical Velocity

continued...

Because of these rules, an object's final velocity,or its peak point (in distance), is almost always going to be zero.

Projectile Motion

In Conclusion

Projectile motion is a bit hard to understand at first. But to solve a motion problem, you have to think about the motion's horizontal component to its vertical component; and that gravity decelerates an object at a

constant rate.

Examples Of Projectile Motion

Learning the differences will help you use kinematic equations to solve and analyze real life problems.

projectile motion is usually in a parabolic form

Some more forms of life's Projectile Motion...

Volley ball

Golf

Throwing a ball

Thank You

**By: Rafaela Creamer**

and Anna Zheng

and Anna Zheng

Vertical Velocity

The reason that is, is because gravity's force stops the object, for a split second in midair, to reach a velocity of zero and then starts to accelerate downward.

To Show Projectile

Motion

We used the example of volleyball, and analyzed a video.

Video from;

youtube.com/watch?v=zzU4ecGDsIE

Our Work

The Trig.

Our Work

The Image

Our Work

The Variables

(Parabolic shape)