Unit 3: 2-D Motion Model (Projectiles) (2DM)
What you should know when all is said and done
Unit 3 Study Guide
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Projectiles 2018 Notes
Handouts below require PV Schools Google account login
Minds on Physics: VP 7, 8, 9
Unit 3 Moodle
Unit 3 Study Guide 2018
Help with projectile motion can be found at The Physics Classroom
Start with What is a Projectile and read and answer the questions for help with video analysis and the problems we will do.
Initial Velocity Components... so you found this using video analysis, or some other method, how do I find time to the peak? full travel time? range in x? peak height? This tutorial really helps!
There are other sections on the Projectile Tutorial that you should read as well. You should especially notice the large amount of overlap in equations and variables when it comes to different projectiles. The tutorial makes it seem like there are 100 different ways of doing this. It really boils down to understanding the kinematics equations we studied during Constant Velocity and Uniform Acceleration Model.
Projectile Motion Blast a Buick out of a cannon! Learn about projectile motion by firing various objects. Set the angle, initial speed, and mass. Add air resistance. Make a game out of this simulation by trying to hit a target.
Use the simulator link above, or the simulation at the bottom of the page to complete the following handout:
Projectiles PhET Sim Lab handout
Helpful demonstrations and tutorial videos of projectile motion
Horizontal velocity remains constant
Shoot and drop (Mythbusters do it with bullets)
Shoot the Monkey
Plane drop animation
Ball into cart slow-mo
Which will hit the ground first?
Misconceptions about falling objects
Concerning Falling Bodies and Projectiles- a great tutorial video from Professor Julius Sumner Miller
The Monkey and Hunter problem explained
Really good video of monkey and hunter
Ballistic cart video 1 video 2
Projectile Motion Paradigm Lab
Video Analysis Lab Summary handout w/questions.
Sign into your STUDENT Google Drive account.
Click the link above.
Click File > Make a Copy
Rename the copy. This is what you will edit, make shareable so I can edit, and then share with me using the Lab Report Turn In form.
Tips for making your own video for analysis
Analysis for Angry Birds (only a beginning; does not explain how to import video)
More on Video analysis of Angry birds