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1. a body whose motion is subject only to the forces of gravity and fluid resistance projectile 2. most projectile motion is the result of force applied to the distal segment of the kinetic chain 3. to be projectile... ball has to be in the air to be a projectile 4. in absence of any other force than gravity, the COG of any object projected with some horizontal component will follow a ___ path parabolic path 5. equal and opposite directed force of the fluid particles in reaction to the applied force of the system moving through the fluid dynamic fluid force 6. drag = parallel 7. lift = perpendicular 8. flight path of COG of a projectile trajectory 9. trajectory is affected by 3 biomechanical factors: 1. projection angle 2. projection velocity 3. relative projection height 10. the angle at which the object is projected projection angle 11. projection angle affects the ____ of the trajectory shape 12. example of high projection angle kick off in football 13.
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