Projectile Motion

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Projectile Motion Definition

Projectile Motion is a form of motion in which an object or particle is thrown.

Three real world Examples

Three real world examples of projectile motion

Javelin throw, Bullet fired from the gun, An object thrown out by a person seated near the window of the moving train are few examples of Projectile Motion.


A Parabola is the curved path of a projectile

A cannon firing a bomb.

If you would be aiming straight gravity would force it down.


When the football is being kicked and the way it goes through the air is like projectile motion because it comes down and doesn't stay in a line.