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# Projectile Motion Problem Solving

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## Projectile Motion Problem Solving

Students will learn how to use the equations of motion in two dimensions in order to solve problems for projectiles. It is necessary to understand how to break a vector into its x and y components.

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## Projectile Motion Problem

An example of projectile motion that uses an amusing real-world situation.

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## Horizontal Projectile Motion - Overview

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Overview

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Overview

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## Horizontal Projectile Motion - Example 1

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Determining the total flight time of an object

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## Horizontal Projectile Motion - Example 2

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Determining the horizontal distance that an object travels after a given amount of time

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## Horizontal Projectile Motion - Example 3

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Determine the distance that an object falls after a given amount of time

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## Horizontal Projectile Motion - Example 4

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Determining the maximum horizontal distance that an object travels

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## Horizontal Projectile Motion - Example 5

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Determine the velocity vector of an object after a given amount of time

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 1

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Determining the initial vertical velocity-component from the initial velocity and the launch angle

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 2

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Determining the initial horizontal velocity-component from the initial velocity and the launch angle

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 3

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Determining the initial velocity vector of an object

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 4

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Determining the total flight time of an object

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 5

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Determining the horizontal distance that an object travels after a given amount of time

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 6

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Determining the maximum horizontal distance that an object travels

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 7

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Determining the maximum height that an object reaches

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 8

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Determining an object's height after a given amount of time

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 9

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Determining the launch angle for an object

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## Parabolic Projectile Motion - Example 10

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Determining the velocity vector of an object after a given amount of time

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## Projectile Motion Problem Solving Practice

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Practice Projectile Motion Problem Solving questions

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## Projectile Motion Problem Solving Quiz - PPB

Projectile motion Problem solving. Requires use of algebra and the three basic equations to solve for an unknown.

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## Projectile Motion Problem Solving Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Projectile Motion Problem Solving.

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## Motion Study Guide

A review of the terms distance, displacement, velocity, speed, and acceleration. Also looks at graphs of motion, using the kinematic equations, projectile motion, and free fall.

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## Comic-Book Physics: Down to Earth

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This fun article describes the motion of Batman and how, in real life, his cape would be near-useless in slowing him down when he jumps off a tall structure.

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## Projectile Motion Problem Solving Flashcards

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These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Projectile Motion Problem Solving.

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