Projectile motion is a form of motion in which a projectile is thrown near the earth's surface. When thrown, the projectile moves along a curved path because of gravity. An example of projectile motion is a sprinkler shooting water into the air and the water falling back down to Earth.
Projectile motion is a form of motion in which an object or particle is thrown near the earth's surface, and it moves along a curved path.
The direction of their motion changes, due to Earth's gravitation.
Circular Motion -a motion along a circular path or the motion of an object in a circular Example -blades of a ceiling fan when the fan is switched on. or The motion of body along the circular path is called circular motion
because it defines its circular path
Projective motion is any motion defined in two dimensions. For example, if we mathematically project the three-dimensional path of a flying airplane onto a flat plane, the result is projective motion. The three-dimensional path was projected (thus the term) onto the flat plane..
Actually, if you were to ask a Gunners Mate in the Navy, he'd tell you that the curved path of an object thrown is called a trajectory. And in a practical case, trajectories are not parabolic when traveled in a gas, like our atmosphere. They are parabolic if and only if the objects are not also acted on by drag and angular momentum forces. And any good curve ball pitcher in baseball can prove that.
The path of the object is straight when in uniform motion
Circular motion describes the motion of a body in a circular path. Motion of planets is also in a circular path so it is discussed under UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION........
The path of the object is straight during uniform motion .
Assuming it is thrown straight upwards, without a sideways component to the velocity, at the top of its path its velocity will be zero.
The rock follows a parabolic path.
(a)(b)(d) roller skating down a hill a basketball facing torwards the hoop after being thrown the path of a soccer ball rolling on the ground apex; (a)(b)(e)
It is the motion along a circular path.
Projectile motion is the motion of an object that is going up from the surface of earth in an angle. Safe to say it falls under motion in a plane. Imagine you throw a ball at an angle of say 45deg. So the ball will rise up to that level where all of its kinetic energy has been converted into potential energy. This is made possible because of gravity. Now this ball falls down in the same way it rose up. It will make a symmetrical parabolic path till the point where the energy of the ball is same as it had when it was thrown. Free fall is not a projectile motion. Assuming no air friction a ball left from the top of a tower follows a uniform path in 1 dimension. But if the ball was thrown at an angle then it would classified as a projectile motion.
It is the abiltity of body to be in a state of direction of motion .for example sun holds planets in a fixed elliptical path .this is one of the example of inertia of direction.
a parabolic motion is a motion of an object in a curved path when it is launched...
The two motions that contribute to the path of a projectile are the horizontal motion and the vertical motion.