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You are on page 1of 3

http://phet.colorado.edu/web-pages/simulations-base.html

Go to the Motion Page and start the Projectile Motion simulation.

2. Try using some of the different objects in the pull down menu without air resistance.

4. What do you notice about all of the projectiles when there is no air resistance?

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6. Why does a bowling ball go farther than a golf ball even though a golf ball has a much

smaller drag coefficient?

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7. Why does a human go so much farther than a Buick when they have the same drag

coefficient?

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8. What things are important to know in order to find out how an objects path will be

changed by air resistance?

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9. Move the target to a distance 20 meters from the cannon. With air resistance off and

using the golf ball try each of the following shots.

Angle 75 45 15 89.4 9.3

(degrees)

Initial Speed 20 m/sec 14 m/sec 20 m/sec 98 m/sec 24.8 m/sec

(m/sec)

Hit or Miss

10. Which angle requires the fastest speed in order to hit the target? Why?

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11. Which angle requires the slowest speed to hit the target? Why?

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13. If an X appears on the trajectory at each second how long was each shot up in the

air? Which shot was in the air the longest?

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14. How did the shots with the smallest angles go just as far as the shots that were in the

air the longest?

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15. Using the magnifying glass move the target to 490 meters. For the golf ball with no

air resistance fire a shot with Angle 45 and Initial Speed 69.3 m/sec. This is Trajectory

A.

Without erasing fire a shot with Angle 75 and Initial Speed of 50.7 m/sec. This is

Trajectory B.

These two shapes are called parabolas. Notice the X that appears at each secondthe

highest point for each parabola is at 5 seconds. This is called the vertex.

Using the tape measure; measure the height of each vertex and the length of each

trajectory.

Trajectory A Trajectory B

Height of Vertex (m)

Length of Trajectory (m)

Durationseconds in air

16. Why do the Xs get closer together as you get to the top of the parabola?

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17. What happens to the speed of the golf ball as you get closer to the top of the

parabola? Does the horizontal speed change or only the vertical speed?

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Trajectory A Trajectory B

Horizontal Speed (m/sec)

18. For each trajectory, what is the vertical speed at the vertex of the trajectory? Which

trajectory has the highest total speed? How can you tell?

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19. On the same screen fire a shot at Angle 75 and Initial Speed 97.9 m/sec. Call this

Trajectory C. Find the:

Vertex (m)=______ Horizontal Trajectory (m) =______ Duration (seconds in air) = ____

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21. What is the horizontal speed of Trajectory C? _____________ What is the vertical

speed of Trajectory C? ____________ Which of the three trajectories has the highest

initial speed? __________ Which of the three trajectories has the highest speed at the

vertex?______

22. Shoot trajectories C again looking carefully at the data readout at the top of the

window. Using the range and time readout find the horizontal speed at second five. How

does this compare to the horizontal velocity calculated in problem 21? Explain.

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23. Using the vertex height and the second marks find the average vertical velocity of the

golf ball as it goes to the top of trajectories A, B and C. How does this compare to its

actual (instantaneous) vertical velocity at the vertex?

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