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The lecture Projectile Motion: Example Part 1 by Jared Rovny is from the course Translational Motion.
What do you call the factor which is determined by the expression 2V²sinθcosθ/g in a projectile motion ? V is the launch speed of the projectile, θ is the launch angle relative to the horizontal, g is the gravitational constant
Which angles give the biggest range of projectile at any given speed?
How do you symbolically represent the equation of motion for an object, in which the positions equals whatever position that it was originally in, plus the initial velocity in the xdirection, time plus 1/2 the acceleration in the xdirection times the time squared?
If you fire/launch a horizontally launched projectile, what angle will it make with the xaxis?
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