Describes the projectile motion of objects launched horizontally.
You are standing on a cliff that is 40 m tall. You are trying to kick a ball into a box placed 50 m away from the base of the cliff. Move the red dot to change the strength of your kick and see how fast the ball must go to land in the box.
Reviews the process of determining the horizontal distance and time of travel for two-dimensional projectile motion launched horizontally without air resistance.
This is an activity for students to complete before and after reading the Projectile Motion For An Object Launched Horizontally Concept.
Discover how to hit a tennis ball to get it to land anywhere you want.