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## What is the horizontal component?

The horizontal component stretches from the start of the vector to its furthest x-coordinate. The vertical component stretches from the x-axis to the most vertical point on the vector. Together, the two components and the vector form a right triangle.

## What is vertical motion in physics?

Projectiles - vertical motion. The vertical motion of a projectile is controlled by the force of gravity. This means that there is an unbalanced force acting on the ball and so the ball will accelerate downwards. This acceleration is. 9 ⋅ 8 m s − 2 (the gravitational field strength on Earth).

## What is vertical component?

That part, or component, of a vector that is perpendicular to a horizontal or level plane.

## What is projectile motion Physics 11?

CBSE Class 11 Physics Notes : Projectile Motion and Circular Motion. When any object is thrown from horizontal at an angle θ except 90°, then the path followed by it is called trajectory, the object is called projectile and its motion is called projectile motion.Apr 22, 2019

## What is the difference between horizontal and oblique projectile?

Explanation: When you initially throw an object parallel to the ground or surface it's called horizontal projection . When you initially throw an object at an particular angle with the surface or ground or horizontal it's called oblique projection.Oct 25, 2019

## What is the example of vertical motion?

Example: A ball is thrown upwards from a balcony with a speed of 3 m/s, 8 m above the ground. Find the time taken for the ball to hit the ground and the speed at which it hits the ground.

## What is horizontal projectile?

When an object is thrown from horizontal at an angle θ except 90°, then it will follow a trajectory and the motion is called projectile motion. A horizontally thrown ball and a bullet fired from a rifle held horizontally are the examples of projectiles in the horizontal direction.May 21, 2013