## Finding the initial velocity for a launched ball

Here, I will shoot two balls straight up. In one case, I will measure the max height in order to find the launch speed (initial velocity). In the other case, I will ...

From Rhett Allain

Here, I will shoot two balls straight up. In one case, I will measure the max height in order to find the launch speed (initial velocity). In the other case, I will ...

From Rhett Allain

This physics video tutorial focuses on free fall problems and contains the solutions to each of them. It explains the concept of acceleration due to gravity and ...

This physics video tutorial provides projectile motion practice problems and plenty of examples. It explains how to calculate the maximum height if a ball is ...

Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! In this 4 lecture series I will show you how to solve different physics problems that deal with ...

From Michel van Biezen

Figuring out how high a ball gets given how long it spends in the air. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...

From Khan Academy

So this French train rolls out of a train station... These "Class 1 Problems" are when the projectile is launched horizontally.

From Doc Schuster

This is the solution to Holt Physics page 101 Practice E #2. It's the hardest problem in the whole dang book. The golf ball (in the problem) is hit (launched) at an ...

From Doc Schuster

Calculating the acceleration of a Porsche. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...

From Khan Academy

A trebuchet similar to those used in the Punkin' Chunkin' contest is looked at, and from estimates of the height it was launched from, the angle it was released at, ...

From Scott Secrest

Graeme Sequera teaches how to calculate initial velocity.

From Ben Reynolds

How to calculate the height an object fell from if you only know its final velocity as it is about the hit the ground.

From tapton physics

In this video David explains how to solve for the horizontal displacement when the projectile starts with a horizontal initial velocity. He also explains common ...

From Khan Academy Physics

Sorry that its not in HD. Apparently YouTube doesn't like to work with crazy resolutions. Hopefully it will help you!

From Electronic Hackz

I was at a sports bar watching basketball and got to thinking about jumping physics. I am going to go over a problem that has all the givens and solve for each ...

Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! $1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! In this video, I discuss the ...

From patrickJMT

The speed of a particle moving along the x-axis is given by v(t)=-t_+6t_+2t. Sal analyzes it to find the time when the particle's acceleration attains its maximum ...

From Khan Academy

Physics homework example showing how to calculate the initial velocity of a football punt or kickoff using properties of projectiles. This tutorial is an excerpt from ...

From SiouxFallsPhysics

Question: A bird has a steady westward acceleration of 6.5m/s². It starts at 12m/s East. a) Find the acceleration b) Find the displacement during 7 seconds.

From Stefan Bracher

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From eHowEducation

Shows how to used free fall kinematics to solve for the initial velocity needed to reach a known height. You can link to all my videos from my website at ...

From Step-by-Step Science

Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Finding the initial ...

From eHowEducation

Shows how to used free fall kinematics to determine the maximum height of an object that is projected vertically from a known height with a known initial velocity.

From Step-by-Step Science

HW 15 #10.

From JOSHUA DIETERT

Projectile Motion: How to solve for initial vertical and Horizontal Velocity.

From RHSphysicsLee

Determining how fast something will be traveling upon impact when it is released from a given height. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...

From Khan Academy

Shows how to used free fall kinematics to solve for the initial velocity needed to achieve a known total time in the air when a object is project straight up. You can ...

From Step-by-Step Science

You want a projectile to fly as far as possible, at which angle should you launch it? We'll start with formulas for the initial velocity. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the ...

From Khan Academy

Deriving displacement as a function of time, constant acceleration and initial velocity. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...

From Khan Academy

Shows how to used free fall kinematics to determine the final velocity of an object that is projected vertically from a known height with a known initial velocity.

From Step-by-Step Science

COACHengg App Download Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rdnc.coachengg Motion in One - Dimension (Class XI) for CBSE, JEE and ...

From COACHengg

Example problem showing how to solve for velocity and time of flight given the initial position and the final position. After solving for the velocity, we solve for the ...

From structurefree

How to use the following formulas: Acceleration = (Final Velocity - Initial Velocity) / time Distance = (Initial Velocity x time) + 1/2 (acceleration)(time)^2 time ...

From Robert Hildebrand

From www.physicsaccordingtopalladino.org Finding time given an object's initial and final velocity and acceleration.

From Timothy Palladino

In this problem we have a trebuchet with a launch angle of 30 degrees. A height at launch of 5 meters and a distance traveled of 50 meters. We want to find the ...

Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! $1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! Antiderivatives: Acceleration ...

From patrickJMT

A soccer ball is kicked with an initial speed of 10.2 m/s in a direction 25 degrees above the horizontal. Find the magnitude and direction of its velocity a) 0.250 s ...

From WNY Tutor

Calculation of initial velocity from average acceleration. High school physics.

Neglecting the effects due to air resistance, we determine the impact speed of a dropped object using kinematic equations.

From Jesse Mason

Shows how to used free fall kinematics to solve for the total time in the air when an object is project straight up at a known initial velocity. You can link to all my ...

From Step-by-Step Science

Given a formula for the speed of an object, this is an application example which uses that to find the height equation and initial height.

From Pat Riley

This video is about Physics Video Project #3.

From Emily Lin

Calculating average velocity when acceleration is constant. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...

From Khan Academy

An object is projected from the ground into the air at an angle of 35.0 degrees to the horizontal. If the object is in the air for 9.26s , at what velocity was it thrown?

From CalgaryHSTutor

This video tutorial provides basic lessons on physics / kinematic in one dimension concepts such as the difference between distance and displacement, speed ...

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From eHowEducation

Many mechanical systems include a pendulum, so it is useful to know how to calculate the velocity of one. In this video, I show you how to calculated the velocity ...

From purdueMET

How to solve simple acceleration problems when the object has an initial velocity Table of Contents: 00:22 - Big Ideas 00:34 - In These Examples 00:55 - 3 Initial ...

From Dan Spencer

CORRECTION: in part a) when I wrote the formula down I forgot to write Vo on the square. Otherwise the calculation is correct. A rock is thrown vertically upward ...

From Engel