Physics Class 1 and 2 – In Class Homework
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Physics Class 1 and 2 – In Class Homework. Draw each to scale and then find its x and y components. Scale: 1cm =10m/s. 1. A basketball is launched at initial velocity of 65 m/s, Ɵ = 25, NW. 2 . A basketball falls off a goal at initial velocity of 65 m/s, Ɵ = 30, SW.

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Draw each to scale and then find its x and y components scale 1cm 10m s

Physics Class 1 and 2 – In Class Homework

Draw each to scale and then find its x and y components. Scale: 1cm =10m/s

1. A basketball is launched at initial velocity of 65 m/s, Ɵ = 25, NW

2. A basketball falls off a goal at initial velocity of 65 m/s, Ɵ = 30, SW

3. An object is launched at initial velocity of 20 m/s, Ɵ = 45, SE

4. An object is launched at initial velocity of 40 m/s, Ɵ = 20, NW

Draw each to scale and then find its resultant vector (magnitude and direction). Scale: 1cm =10m/s

5. X Component = 20m, E

Y component = 40m , S

6. X Component = 15m, E

Y component = 30m , N

7. X Component = 50m, w

Y component = 30m , S

8. X Component = 50m, N

Y component = 30m , E


Draw each to scale and then find its x and y components scale 1cm 10m s

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