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Name: ________________

Projectile review

1. A rock is thrown off a 300 meter tall cliff with an


initial horizontal velocity of 14 m/s. How far from the
base of the cliff will the rock land? Draw a picture and
label. Solve for time first.

Number: ____

6. What is the magnitude of the initial vertical


acceleration of the ball?

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ax

v0y

v0x

vfy

vfx

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7. What is the time of flight of the ball? Write down all


known variables, find equation, then solve.

v0y
vfy
t
t
8. How far does the ball travel horizontally before it hits
the ground?
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2. What is the vertical acceleration of a ball at the top of
its trajectory?

ax
v0x
vfx

3. Where does the ball have the highest acceleration?

9. What is the horizontal velocity of the ball at the


highest point in the flight?
4-9. A football player kicks a ball into the air with a
velocity of 22.0 m/s and at a 50.0 angle from the
ground.
4. What is the initial horizontal velocity of the ball?
Write equation then solve.

10-13. State whether true or false about a ball projected


at an angle of 81 above the ground and explain why.
10. The gravitational potential energy of the ball at the
maximum height is equal to its initial kinetic energy.

5. What is the initial vertical velocity of the ball? Write


equation then solve.

T F Why?

Name: ________________

Projectile review

11. The horizontal distance traveled (range) by the ball is


independent of the angle of projection.

Number: ____

16. What angle will give you the maximum horizontal


distance?

T F Why?
17-21. State whether true or false for a projectile during
is parabolic trajectory and explain why.
17. The acceleration changes direction during the flight.
12. The horizontal component of velocity and the
acceleration of the ball are independent of and
perpendicular to each other.

T F Why?

T F Why?
18. The vertical component of velocity changes direction
during the flight.
13. At the maximum height, the vertical component of
velocity and the vertical acceleration of the ball are both
zero.

T F Why?

T F Why?
19. The horizontal component of velocity changes
direction during the flight.
14. A scientist in the back of a moving rollercoaster is
going 120.0 m/s throws a baseball perpendicular to the
path of the rollercoaster. The speed with which the ball is
thrown is 40.0 m/s. What is the velocity of the ball the
instant it is released from the hand of the scientist?

T F Why?

Draw a right triangle.


20. The vertical component of velocity is not affected by
gravity.
T F Why?
Velocity is between ________m/s and ______m/s

15. If you throw ball A at 60 and ball B at 40 which


one will travel further?
A B
How do you know?

21. The horizontal component of velocity is not affected


by gravity.
T F Why?