anonymous
  • anonymous
What is common to the variation in the range and the height of a projectile? a - horizontal velocity b- time of flight vertical velocity, horizontal acceleration c - vertical velocity d - horizontal acceleration
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ybarrap
  • ybarrap
Projectile motion (i.e velocity and acceleration) is decomposed into x-axis and y-axis components. The y-axis element of time in flight is dependent on initial velocity, so b and c are out, since initial velocity can be anything The x-axis element of horizontal velocity is also dependent on initial velocity, so a is out. This leaves d. In the absence of air drag there will be no acceleration or deceleration in the x-axis component , therefore, there is no variation because it is always zero. Thus, d is the best choice. Does this make sense?

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