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2. Many factors have to be taken into account to achieve a successful rocket launch, maintain a stable orbit and return to Earth. Caroline Chisholm College Physics. Galileo's analysis of projectile motion. Describe Galileo’s analysis of projectile motion. Caroline Chisholm College Physics.

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2. Many factors have to be taken into account toachieve a successful rocket launch,maintain a stable orbitand return to Earth

Caroline Chisholm College

Physics


Galileo's analysis of projectile motion

Describe Galileo’s analysis of projectile motion

Caroline Chisholm College

Physics


Caroline Chisholm College

Physics

Describe the trajectory of an object undergoing projectile motion within the Earth’s gravitational field in terms of horizontal and vertical components


solve problems and analyse information to calculate the actual velocity of a projectile from its horizontal and vertical components using: v = u + at v2 = u2+ 2as s = ut + ½ at2 (N.B. change to component versions)

Caroline Chisholm College

Physics

Perform a first-hand investigation,gather information andanalyse data to calculate initial and final velocity,maximum height reached, range,and time of flight of a projectile, for a range of situations by usingsimulations, data loggers andcomputer analysis

vx= ux+ axtvx2 = ux2+ 2axDxDx = uxt + ½ axt2

vx= uxvx2 = ux2Dx = uxt

vy= uy+ aytvy2 = uy2+ 2ayDyDy = uyt + ½ ayt2

Projectile motion Experiments

Stroboscopic photography

Video analysis

Marble launcher

Apple Computer simulation

Data logger for launch velocity


15 m

5 m/s

Caroline Chisholm College

Physics


15 m

5 m/s

Caroline Chisholm College

Physics




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