Projectile motion

Projectile motion.

Aerospace Engineering revolves around the concepts of physics, and it is a very…

Make a real-life Angry Birds game for your class for less than $20!  Find out how at Mrs. Brosseau's Binder blog.

Angry Birds: Great for teaching physics - projectile motion, forces, elastic potential energy, etc.

Free projectile motion warm up template

Free projectile motion warm up template

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Projectile Motion online lab! Harness students' interest in Angry Birds to show them how physics is key to successful games.

launch a buick out of a cannon. Adjust angle, initial speed and mass.

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Quadratics Keywords Poster

Here is a FREE (for now:) poster linking the parts of a parabola to the questions students will be asked when solving quadratic word problems.

Great projectile motion photo!

Art of the Sequence Photo

Few shots can match the appeal of a well executed sequence photograph, such as this work by Vancouver-based Scott Serfas. Or the one below, by Jonatan Nylander of Sweden “Sequence photograp…

MATHEMATICS ENCYCLOPEDIA: PROJECTILE MOTION PART 3

MATHEMATICS ENCYCLOPEDIA: PROJECTILE MOTION PART 3

Marshmallow Puff Tube for inquiry based activity - projectile motion in physics

Marshmallow Puff Tube for inquiry based activity - projectile motion in physics (FORCE and Motion)

Projectile Motion Example Problem - Physics Homework Help - Science Notes and Projects

This physics homework example problem shows how to find many common variables in a projectile motion problem, such as range, altitude, time aloft and position at a set time.

Projectile Motion Screenshot

Blast a Buick out of a cannon! Learn about projectile motion by firing various objects. Set the angle, initial speed, and mass. Make a game out of this simulation by trying to hit a target.

5 Projectile Motion Projectile motion can be described by the horizontal and vertical components of motion.

5 Projectile Motion Projectile motion can be described by the horizontal and vertical components of motion.

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