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Unformatted text preview: t= 2hg . In the latter half of this experiment, the range as well as flight time were predicted using Newtons laws and then an experiment was carried out to come up with flight time and the range of a projectile launched at an angle (The angle in our experiment was 30. A ball was launched short and medium distances and the time it took for the projectile to land on a landing pad was recorded. The equation V = x/ t was utilized to determine initial velocity of the projectile. The range of how far the ball would travel was then predicted according to the equation R= V (t)(cos ) . The landing pad was placed in the expected range and then the ball was shot and observed in order to see whether it would hit its mark (the pad)....
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 Spring '05
 Greene
 Physics, Resistance, Force, Gravity, Projectile Motion

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