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Abigail Hundt Imani Walton, Kaitlyn Groves Pre-lab #5 Projectile Motion The objectives of this lab is to find the relationship between velocity, angle degree, distance and time relative to shooting a launcher and using properties of projectile motion. Principles of projectile motion require splitting the force of the motion into its components in the x and y directions. The equations become y   =   y 0   +   v y 0 t  +   1 / 2  (–9.8) t and  x   =   x 0   +   v x 0   +   1 / 2  (0) t 2 Assuming the acceleration in the vertical direction is that od gravity and that horizontal  acceleration is zero.  The variables included in this experiment are difficult to deem dependent or independent because they all work together and create the motion. The height of the launched object can depend on a  lot of factors. The force of the launcher can change the height it travels but also id dependent on  the angle. The angle of the launcher can change the range but depends also on the force. The
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