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Horizontal projectiles – formulas with derivation

Horizontal projectiles are directed straight out as a horizontal projection. It undergoes downward acceleration under the influence of gravity and hence gets an increasing downward velocity. At the same time, the horizontal velocity of the horizontal projectile remains the same throughout the flight as there are no forces in the horizontal direction if you ignore […]

Vertical Projectiles vs. Horizontal Projectiles – a detailed comparison

In this post, we will make a comparison between Vertical projectiles and Horizontal projectiles. When an object is thrown or projected, into the air it’s named a projectile. Essentially, such a projectile (rock, football, bullet, golf ball, or whatever) could be directed straight upward as a vertical projection, directed straight out as a horizontal projection, […]

[pdf] Projectile Motion Grade 12 Notes download (12th Grade physics 2D motion) | class 11 physics notes on projectile motion

This Projectile Motion Notes [PDF download] is primarily for the grade 12 or 12th-grade syllabus of different international boards. This covers the class 11 physics syllabus on 2D motion as well for boards like ICSE, CBSE, etc. This physics class note covers the 2-Dimensional projectile motion topics listed below. We hope, the students appearing for IGCSE, AP […]

Projectile Motion Formula

Projectile motion is the motion of a projected object in flight which is a result of two separate simultaneously occurring components of motions. One component of motion is without any acceleration along a horizontal direction and the other along the vertical direction with constant acceleration due to the force of gravity (considering air resistance as […]

Projectile motion – Derivation of Projectile motion equations for class 11 | Maximum height, flight time, Horizontal Range

We will discuss how to derive Projectile Motion Equations or formula and find out how the motion path or trajectory looks like a parabola under the influence of both horizontal and vertical components of the projectile velocity. We will also find out how to find out the maximum height, time to reach the maximum height, the total time of flight, horizontal range, & maximum horizontal range traversed by a projectile.
how to find out the maximum height, time to reach the maximum height, the total time of flight, horizontal range, & maximum horizontal range

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