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Projectile Motion

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* The motion of the body thrown horizontally or an angle other than 90[0] with the horizontal component

* Trajectory is the path that a projectile follows

* Parabola is the trajectory of a projectile

* Two components of projectile motion: Vertical component- air resistance is neglected; a projectile moves horizontally at constant speed and has an acceleration equal to g vertically = -9.8m/s[2]. Horizontal component - uniform motion; range is the horizontal distance traveled by the projectile between launching and ...

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