In soccer, the soccer ball has projectile motion when it is kicked, head-butted, when the speed changes, and when the velocity changes.
4 possible answers are: baseball/softball tennis football soccer
A soccer ball headed from one player to another. and A football thrown upward at an angle.
A javelin flying trough the air.A tennis ball lobbed over the net.
throwing ball horizontally,bullet from a gun,ball shot back and forth in a tennis court
yes it is easy to catch a ball of high trajectory because the ball moves in projectile motion. projectile motion is the act of projecting an object into the air at an angle.
yes, it is easy to catch a ball of high trajectory because the ball moves in projectile motion. Projectile motion is the act of projecting an object into the air at an angle.
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.
Projectile motion is how a body moves through space and how it is affected by gravity and outside forces. This is important in sports such as football (throwing the ball), soccer (kicking the ball accurately), and archery (shooting the arrow accurately).
projectile motion.two-dimensional motion.
-- a batted baseball while it's in flight -- a golf ball hit off the tee -- a kicked-off football -- a served tennis ball
B. A baseball hit for a home run D. A basketball being shot toward the basket WHEN A PITCHER PITCHS THE BALL AND WHEN A PLAYER JUMPS UP TO CATCH A BALL.
Since a ball is a sphere the motion it makes is rolling. The rolling happens on the ground and in the air.
Since I have read that the path of a projectile is always a parabola, I must say no. The parabolic shape of a projectile's path results from the combination of the force and direction with which it is launched and its weight.A ball rolling down a slope, is not Projectile Motion. While a cannon ball can be used to be a projectile, as far as Physics goes, that is not how it is operating at the moment (rolling down a slope).
Mechanical engineering looks at objects in motion. Some examples are projectile launches such as a canon ball's trajectory, springs or levers and equilibrium systems. Examples of projects would be the building of a robot or creating a solar powered system.
projectile motion (vertical and horizontal motion) when the pitcher throws the ball and when the batter hits it.plus friction when people slip. and air resistance, and force of the ball, and action-reaction forces
A projectile is something that has been sent flying through the air such as a cannon ball.A turning bicycle wheel is an an object undergoing circular motion.
A ball rolling down a hill.
A wrecking ball or pendulum
Kicking a ball
A ball rolling down a hill.
The motion of a ball thrown from a height, movement of a football & the movement of a hand while writtingare all examples of translatory motion.
Baseball, football, American foot ball, Hunting, Automobile crashes, Cricket, and on and on.