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P10-01: Projectile Motion

P10-01: Projectile Motion

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Basic introduction to projectile motion.

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Tutorial

ASSIGNMENT

There are a lot of files to help you with this (the author went a little crazy in this chapter).  Don't panic, though, they're all pretty fun.  Start off with my video, then work on this TUTORIAL .  Watch the author's videos, and then look at SCREENCAST #1 and then SCREENCAST #2 .  Still not done--look at INTERACTIVE FIGURE #1INTERACTIVE FIGURE #2, and INTERACTIVE FIGURE #3.  Finally, when you've made your guess on the optimal angle for range (the end of my video), try this out to see if you were right: INTERACTIVE FIGURE #4

Source: Hewitt, P. G. (2015). Conceptual Physics (12th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.

My Explanation of Projectile Motion

Author's Explanation of Projectile Motion

Source: HEWITT, P. G. (2015). CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS (12TH ED.). BOSTON, MA: PEARSON.

Author's Demonstration of Projectile Motion

Source: HEWITT, P. G. (2015). CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS (12TH ED.). BOSTON, MA: PEARSON.