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Projectile motion

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Harvey Buckle

on 15 February 2016

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Projectile motion
To know how we can assess and measure the motion of a projectile
To eventually apply this to our catapult
Aim
Starter
Objects such as footballs and javelins move through the air following a parabolic trajectory. They fall towards the ground because of the Earth’s gravity. It is possible to identify the optimum launch angle for a sports ball and to calculate the range and time of flight.
Projectile motion
Anything that moves through the Earth’s gravitational field is called a projectile. This usually means objects that are moving through the air. Projectiles include objects such as:

balls

darts

cannonballs


Examples
Now
Find out the meaning of TRAJECTORY and PARABOLA
Record your findings
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