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September 8 Physics
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In Question: A baseball pitcher throws a fastball at 30 m/s horizontally. It reaches the plate 20 meters away. How far has it dropped?
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Objective: To practice projectile motion problems with horizontal initial velocity Success criteria: Be able to solve horizontal velocity problems.
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The Freedom Tower in New York will be 546 m
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Unformatted text preview: tall. If you threw a penny horizontally at 20 m/s how long would it take to land? How far away from the tower would it land? How fast will it be going? Problem set Projectile motion Synthesis: I own/ I dont understand Out: A pig runs with a velocity of 10 m/s off a 30 meter cliff. How long will he be in the air?...
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