# ch 10 - chapter 10 biomechanics Study online at...

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20. negative Low to high is a ____ relative projection height 21. positive High to low is a ____ relative projection height 22. 0 starts and stops at the same height is a ____ relative projection height 23. -dive -drop ball high to low relative projection height example 24. -rise ball in softball low to high relative projection height example 25. verticle projection for vertical distance to maximize the ____ component 26. high jump projection for vertical distance example 27. -gravity -air resistance -relative projection angle -projection velocity Things to consider for projection for vertical distance 28. horizonal Projection for horizontal distance to maximize the ____ component 29. long jump example of projection for horizontal distance 30. -projection angle (flight time) -projection velocity -air resistance things to consider for the projection for horizontal distance 31. 45 degrees projection for horizontal distance optimal angle is 32. -projection angle -projection velocity -gravity -air resistance Projection for accuracy things to consider 1.
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