## What are the 3 types of projectile?

Three types of projectiles— the bullet, the round ball, and shot—are used in muzzleloaders. Most are cast from pure lead.

### Which projectile will go higher?

The peak height of a projectile is determined by the initial value of the vertical velocity component. The greater the initial value of vy, the higher that a projectile will rise. The projectile launched at 60-degrees has the greatest vy, and as such the greatest peak height.

#### What is a projectile give any two examples?

you throw the ball straight upward, or you kick a ball and give it a speed at an angle to the horizontal or you just drop things and make them free fall; all these are examples of projectile motion.

**What is the difference between projectile and trajectory?**

Projectile motion is when an object moves in a bilaterally symmetrical, parabolic path. The path that the object follows is called its trajectory. Projectile motion only occurs when there is one force applied at the beginning, after which the only influence on the trajectory is that of gravity.

**What is nature of path of projectile?**

Answer: the nature of path of a projectile is a parabola ∩ .

## What is the difference between a projectile and a non projectile?

An object that is thrown vertically upward is also a projectile (provided that the influence of air resistance is negligible). By definition, a projectile has a single force that acts upon it – the force of gravity. If there were any other force acting upon an object, then that object would not be a projectile.

### What is projectile motion How much time does the projectile take to reach the maximum height?

As the angle of projection is always acute it can take only + 1 value. Thus for a given velocity of projection, the horizontal range is maximum when the angle of projection is 45°. Thus, for a given velocity of a projection, the maximum range of a projectile is 4 times the maximum height reached by it.

#### How do you calculate the maximum height of a projectile?

h = v 0 y 2 2 g . This equation defines the maximum height of a projectile above its launch position and it depends only on the vertical component of the initial velocity.

**How can we define projectile motion in the real world?**

We know that projectile motion is a type of two-dimensional motion or motion in a plane. It is assumed that the only force acting on a projectile (the object experiencing projectile motion) is the force due to gravity. But how can we define projectile motion in the real world? How are the concepts of projectile motion applicable to daily life?

**How to calculate the horizontal range of a projectile?**

R = u cos θ × 2u×sinθg. Therefore, in a projectile motion the Horizontal Range is given by (R): Maximum Height: It is the highest point of the trajectory (point A). When the ball is at point A, the vertical component of the velocity will be zero. i.e. 0 = (u sin θ)2 – 2g Hmax [s = Hmax , v = 0 and u = u sin θ] Therefore, in projectile

## How to calculate the time of flight of a projectile?

Total Time of Flight: Resultant displacement (s) = 0 in Vertical direction. Therefore, by using the Equation of motion: gt2 = 2 (uyt – sy) [Here, u y = u sin θ and s y = 0] i.e. gt2 = 2t × u sin θ

### Which is the maximum distance a projectile can travel?

The maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile is called the range. The range R of a projectile on level ground launched at an angle θ 0 above the horizontal with initial speed v 0 is given by [latex]R=\\frac{{{{v}_{0}}^{2}}\ext{\\sin}{2\heta }_{0}}{g}\\\\[/latex].