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Lecture 10

LIFESCI 3J03 Lecture 10: Projectile Motion

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Life Sci 3J03 – Lecture 10 – Projectiles - Projectile: any object that is given an initial velocity and then allowed to move under the influence of gravity - Human body can be considered a projectile whenever it is airborne - Path followed by the centre of gravity of the object is always parabolic - Steps in solving projectile problems: o Step 1: The first step in every projectile problem is to write the equations of motion o Step 2: Now substitute the given information o Step 3: Most difficult step because must look at 6 equations of motion and decide which ones will be helpful for the answer - Quadratic equation: o Solving the equation leaves two possible answers - If we are ever uncertain about the direction, we can substitute the time into equation [2] and
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