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Unformatted text preview: he ini8al velocity can be broken down into its x- and y- components –  Projec8le Mo8on at Various Ini8al Angles •  Complementary values of the ini8al angle result in the same range –  The heights will be different •  The maximum range occurs at a projec8on angle of 45o Velocity of the Projec8le •  The velocity of the projec8le at any point of its mo8on is the vector sum of its x and y components at that point –  Remember to be careful about the angle’s quadrant Projec8le Mo8on Summary •  Provided air resistance is negligible, the horizontal component of the velocity remains constant –  Since ax = 0...
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