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The Physics Classroom Physics Tutorial Vectors - Motion and Forces in Two Dimensions Vectors - Motion and Forces in Two Dimensions Lesson 1 - Vectors Fundamentals and OperationsProjectile Motion A projectile is an object which upon which the only force of influence is the force of gravity. As a projectile moves through the air its trajectory is effected by the force of gravity air resistance is assumed to have a negligible effect upon the motion.Projectile Motion and the Velocity Vector Key Question Can you predict the landing spot of a projectile 42. Marbles Path Vx t Vy y x 43.

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Well 25 the square root of 25 is 5 so my new vector here is 5 meters per second South East and thats how you solve vector velocity problems. Physic [more]

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Projectile Motion A projectile is an object which upon which the only force of influence is the force of gravity. As a projectile moves through the [more]

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