Part I. Horizontal Projectiles Fired from a Fixed Height Initial Height (m) 20 Graph of Horizontal Distance vs. Initial Speed Initial Horizontal...
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Questions 1. In part I, how does horizontal distance of the projectile vary with initial speed? 2. In part II, how does horizontal distance of the projectile vary with initial height? 3. In part III, how does horizontal distance of the projectile vary with angle of projection and elapsed time? 4. In part III, when the ball is at the highest point of its flight, Answer A) its speed and acceleration are both zero. B) its speed is zero but its acceleration is nonzero. C) its speed is ponzero but its acceleration is zero. D) its speed and acceleration are both nonzero. (you may repeat the simulation if you wish)

Part I. Horizontal Projectiles Fired from a Fixed Height Initial Height (m) 20 Graph of Horizontal Distance vs. Initial Speed Initial Horizontal Elapsed Speed Distance Time (m/s) (m) (S) 0 2.022 5 10.2 2.022 10 20.2 2.022 15 30.2 2.022 20 40.5 2.023 25 50.5 2.021 30 60.6 2.023

Part II. Horizontal Projectiles Fired with a Fixed Speed Initial Speed (m/s) 25 Graph of Horizontal Distance vs. Initial Height Initial Horizontal Elapsed Height Distance Time (m) (m) (5) 0.1 0.022 5 27 1.022 10 37 1.442 15 45 1.763 20 52 2.022 25 58 2.263 30 63 2.482

Part III. Fired at an Angle from the Ground Initial Speed (m/s) 28 Graph of Horizontal Distance vs. Angle Horizontal Angle Elapsed (&quot; ) Distance Time (m) (5) 0 0.1 0.024 15 41 1.483 30 71 2.862 45 80 4.042 60 71 4.963 75 41 5.522 90 0 5.723

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