AP Physics 1: Projectiles

AP Physics 1: Projectiles

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A ball is launched horizontally off a 12m tall building, and it lands 14.6m away. What was the initial speed of the ball?

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A ball is launched horizontally off a 12m tall building, and it lands 14.6m away. What was the initial speed of the ball?

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9.36m/s

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A falling feather in a vacuum changer is an example of a projectile.

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True

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A ball is thrown into the air at 26° from a 13m tall clif. The ball lands 18m away from its launch point. At the very top of the ball's path what is its velocity in the vertical direction?

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0m/s

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You throw a ball toward a wall with a speed of 26m/s at an angle of 47° above the horizontal. What are is the horizontal component of its velocity as it hits the wall?

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17.7m/s

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You throw a ball toward a wall with a speed of 26m/s at an angle of 47° above the horizontal. What are is the vertical component of its velocity as it hits the wall?

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19m/s

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A soccer ball is kicked at 35° above the ground at 8m/s on a large level field. How far away does it land?

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6.1m

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In the vertical direction, what is the acceleration of an object?

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Gravity

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What is the acceleration of free fall?

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9.8m/s^2

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You throw a ball toward a wall with a speed of 18m/s and at an angle of 52° above the horizontal. The wall is 26m from fhe release point of the ball. How far above the release point does the ball hit the wall?

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6.34m

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A bullet is fired at the same time as a bullet is dropped to the ground. Which bullet hits the ground first?

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Both

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A ball rolls off a counter with a speed of 8m/s and lands 12m away. How tall is the counter?

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11.03m

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A ball is launched at 27° above the ground and its maximum height is 8m. What was the intial speed of the ball?

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27.58m/s

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A ball is launched at 40° above the ground at 20m/s. What is the maximum height the ball reached?

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8.42m

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A falling skydiver with an open parachute is an example of a projectile.

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False

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Solve for acceleration. d=vt+.5at^2

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a=(2d-2vt)/t^2

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You roll a ball off a 4.5m tall counter with a speed of 6m/s. How far away does it land?

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5.75m

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A ball rolls off a 13.9m tall counter with a speed of 3.2m/s. How far away does it land?

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5.4m

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A ball is thrown horizontally from the roof of a building 62m tall and lands 51m from the base. What was the ball's intial speed?

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14.34m/s

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A cat leaps horizontally from a 5.8-m-high building with a speed of 4.3m/s. How far from the base of the building will she land?

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4.68m

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Donald Trump of Hillary Clinton?

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Neither

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In a projectile, is there horizontal acceleration?

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No

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A dog jumps of a cliff at 30° above the horizontal at 15m/s and it lands 175m away. How tall was the cliff?

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788m...

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A frog jumps at 45° above the horizontal at 17m/s from a 3.8m building. How far form the building does it hit the ground?

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33m

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Can a projectile begin its projectile motion with a downward velocity?

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Yes

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