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(1) A shell is fired from the ground with an initial speed of 1700 m/s @ an initial angle of 55.0 to horizontal of 2.77 x 105 m. What is the total time of the shell traveling?
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Exactly, indeed. Now, with the X-component's characteristics are (a) goes in a horizontal direction and (b) has a constant velocity however it is NOT accelerated by gravity and (c) the only formula used is dx=vxt. Remember to diagram and label your things accurately. Now, onto a few examples.
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We'll throw in some practice in a few, but before we go further let's pick up the Y-component next to the first depiction . The "Y-component" (a) is the constant acceleration and (b) the acceleration is due to gravity.
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It must slow down or have a change of direction from which it's starting point.
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V1 = 1700 m/s
David Green 10/8/18 3rd Period Physics Notes 101: Projectile Motion 1) A shell is fired from the ground with an initial speed of 1700 m/s @ 55 degree angle to the horizontal of 2.77 x 105 m. What is the total tome of the shell traveling?