2D Kinematics Quiz - Angled Launched Projectiles

Quiz by George Moore

Science
Florida Standards

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8 questions
• Q1
A projectile is launched at some angle θ at a velocity labeled V0 as shown in the picture. What is the HORIZONTAL component of the ACCELERATION at the apex of the trajectory (at height h)?
Depends on the angle
0 m/s/s
Unable to tell without knowing the velocity components.
-9.8 m/s/s
60s
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• Q2
A projectile is launched at some angle θ at a velocity labeled V0 as shown in the picture. What is the VERTICAL component of the ACCELERATION at the apex of the trajectory (at height h)?
Depends on the angle
Unable to tell without knowing the velocity components.
-9.8 m/s/s
0 m/s/s
60s
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• Q3
A projectile is launched at some angle θ at a velocity labeled V0 as shown in the picture. What would be the vertical component of the VELOCITY at the apex of the trajectory (at height h)?
0 m/s
-9.8 m/s
Depends on the angle
Unable to tell without knowing the velocity components.
60s
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• Q4
A projectile is launched at some angle θ at a velocity labeled V0 as shown in the picture. How does the horizontal component of the velocity at launch compare to the horizontal velocity at the end of the trajectory (at distance R)?
The horizontal component at launch is larger
Unable to tell given the information
They are equal
The horizontal component at distance R is larger
60s
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• Q5
A cannonball is launched at an angle of 32 degrees at a velocity of 80 m/s. What is the vertical component of this velocity?
67.8 m/s
42.4 m/s
Unable to tell from this information
50 m/s
300s
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