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

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 ...

From The Organic Chemistry Tutor

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

We'll resolve the initial velocity vector and find time, final velocities, maximum height, etc. These "Class II Problems" are when the projectile is launched at an ...

From Doc Schuster

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 ...

From VAM! Physics & Engineering

A shell is shot with an initial velocity v_0 of 20 m/s, at an angle of ϴ_0 = 60ο with the horizontal. At the top of the trajectory, the shell explodes into two fragments ...

From WNY Tutor

subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/c/OnlinePhysicsNinja?sub_confirmation=1 Physics Ninja looks at a more general projectile motion problem. I solve for ...

From Online Physics Ninja

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

In this horizontal projectile problem, a ball is projected horizontally from a height of 1.01 m, landing 2.38 m from the base. The horizontal velocity is calculated.

From PrerequisiteName

In this video we will solve a problem involving projectile motion at an angle. A football is kicked through the upreights with an initial velocity of 22.4 m/s at an ...

From The Science Classroom