Projectile motion

By Jon B.

Projectile motion is a motion in which an object or particle is thrown near the earth's surface.
3 real life examples:
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Reason for the pictures.

When the object goes up, it reaches its highest point and then comes back down with more speed, which is projectile motion.
Projectile Motion


Parabola is when the object that is soaring through air curves up and goes down. The range of it is how far it goes, and the amplitude is the curve in the air.