Projectile motion
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Objective:
Our purpose for this lab was to observe projectile motion and use the equations of motion to predict the objects location in different instances of time. We used a projectile launcher and a ball to observe these properties of motion. The main equation used in this lab was d=Vit+1/2at^2 where Vit will produce the distance due to constant motion and 1/2at^2 will produce distance traveled due to accelerated motion or gravity in this case.
Introduction:
Projectile motion can be split into two separate dimensions of movement. The first being constant motion in the horizontal x axis witch neglecting air resistance should stay constant throughout the projectiles path. In the vertical y axis we have constant acceleration due to gravity toward the ground. These two motions are linked in time witch allows you observe the instantaneous characteristics of the projectile. Time is the connecter between the equations so you can salve for time in one equation and plug it into the other to find the data needed at that time/distance. Let's start by analyzing the horizontal x axis. Often the distance traveled by a projectile in the horizontal is called range(R = VicosÓ¨Ît). When broken down Vi cosÓ¨Ît is the initial velocity of the object in the x axis multiplied by how long it has been traveling at that speed equals your displacement in the x axis. The other dimension is the vertical witch is usually called height (h=VisinÓ¨Ît+1/2at^2) witch is similar to the horizontal motion except we have to account for the force of gravity. When we brake down the equation we see the height is equal to the initial velocity (VisinÓ¨Ît) of the object in the y axis plus half the force of gravity multiplied by the amount of time in the air squared witch yields the displacement in the y axis. Both equations are needed to represent the projectiles overall motion and can be manipulated though algebra to figure out the different components of...
...ProjectileMotion
Experiment # 4
Introduction:
ProjectileMotion exists commonly in our everyday lives and is particularly evident in the motion or flight of objects which are projected from a particular height. The key to working with projectilemotion is recognizing that when an object with mass is flying through the air, its motion is a combination of vertical and...
...Assessment Task #1: Part A
Open ended investigation By Rex Whiticker
ProjectileMotion
Abstract:
The Project motion of a catapult being fired is varied by a range of factors that affect the path of the projectile. In this experiment, the angle of trajectory, mass of the projectile and change in initial velocity of the launch, were all factors considered in the end result to investigate the properties of...
...ProjectileMotion Lab Report
Objectives:
This laboratory experiment presents the opportunity to study motion in two dimensions, projectilemotion, which can be described as accelerated motion in the vertical direction and uniform motion in the horizontal direction.
Procedures and Apparatus:
Rubber Ball White sheets of papers 
Metal Track Water...
...TITLE
To investigate the trajectory of a small ball as it rolls off a surface which is inclined to the horizontal.
OBJECTIVE
To investigate the trajectory of a two dimensional motion
APPARATUS & MATERIALS
Ramp
Wooden block
Pendulum bob
Plumb line
Steel ball
Wooden board
Carbon paper
Meter rule
Plasticine
SETUP
1. A ramp has been set up at the edge of a bench as shown in the Figure 41.
2. Suspend a plumline from the edge of the bench as shown in...
...Physics
3 . ProjectileMotion
Objectives:
Students will measure the maximum height H and the range R of a projectilemotion.
They will study the effect of the shooting angle on H and R.
Material used:
4 rulers, track, metallic ball, landing track, A4 white paper, red carbon paper, timer + supply, gun
+ protractor.
Theory:
A projectile is an object upon which the only force acting is gravity. There are a variety...
...ProjectileMotion
The purpose of this lab is to study the properties of projectilemotion. From the motion of a steel ball projected horizontally, the initial velocity of the ball can be determined from the measured range. For a given initial velocity, the projectile range will be measured for various initial angles, and also calculated by applying the theory for motion with constant...
...Investigating ProjectileMotion
Introduction
Projectilemotion is a type of motion that consists of horizontal and vertical motions which are independent from each other, known as vector components. For an object to be considered a projectile, it must not be selfpropelled. Projectiles move horizontally at a constant velocity. However, they undergo uniform acceleration in the...
...Velocity of a Projectile 


Abhishek Samdaria 
Pd.4 and 5 

Lab #3: Initial Velocity of a Projectile
Theory:
How can we determine the initial velocity of a projectile?
Experimental Design:
The purpose behind this experiment was to determine the initial velocity of a projectile. Projection motion consists of kinematics of motion in the x and y directions. With two dimension...