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Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion

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Intro to 2D Motion
Projectile Motion
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Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion
Circular Motion

Concept #1: Finding Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion

Practice: The range of an object launched from the ground at an angle is 300 m. If the vertical component of its velocity just before returning to the ground has magnitude 50 m/s, find the magnitude and direction of its initial velocity.

Practice: An object is launched from the ground with an initial 40 m/s at an unknown angle. It reaches its maximum height in 3.5 seconds, before returning to the ground. Find its initial launch angle.

Practice: An object is launched from the ground with an unknown initial speed directed at 30° above the horizontal. If it reaches a maximum height of 40 m before returning to the ground, find its initial speed.