Today I’m going to explain EVERYTHING about **Projectile motion formula**. As well as projectile motion examples.

Which you need to know, what is horizontal projectile motion, and projectile motion problem in this article.

So lets start from very basic concept.

**Projectile motion** best definition is here . Because projectile motion is easy, but conceptual. And this is best example of 2D motion. So very first, what is projectile motion and its equation equation ? . Hence it is define as, any body or particle having m mass but negligible size.

Therefore if you through any body vertically upward. Then that body moves in a straight line. Which is a vertical line. Similarly if you through a body, along horizontal line. Then again that body moves along horizontal straight line.

So both motion are straight line. But when you through a body between horizontal and vertical plan, making some angle with horizontal line. Then that body moves in a parabolic shape of path. So this is called projectile motion. And the path travel by projectile, is called **projectile motion equation.**

[faq title=”**Frequently Asked Questions** (**FAQ**)” open1st=”0″ openAll=”0″][faq_item title=”What is the equation of projectile motion?” number=”1″]projectile motion is best example of 2D-motion, this motion occure in two plane (x,y). And acceleration only in the vertical direction. Which is called acceleration due to gravity (g). Equation of path of projectile motion is called trajectory. And path of this trajectory is y = (tan θ0)x – gx2/2(v0cosθ0)2 .With this equation, you’re able to calculate all parameter for projectile motion. for example maximum heigh, time of flight, velocity.[/faq_item][/faq]

[faq title=”” open1st=”0″ openAll=”0″][faq_item title=”What are examples of projectile motion?” number=”2″]Example If you throw a ball vertically upward, and it falls vertically downward, You kick a ball at an angle with horizontal with some speed. And let it fall, So all these’re example of projectile motion. Anything free fall is also under projectile motion.

[/faq_item][/faq]

[faq title=”” open1st=”0″ openAll=”0″][faq_item title=”What are the three types of projectile motion?” number=”3″]1 Horizontal projectile, Which is any ball throw horizontal with some speed from certain height.2 Vertical projectile, This is anything free fall under gravity is called vertical projectile. 3 Oblique projectile, If anything throw at an angle with horizontal is type of oblique projectile.

[/faq_item][/faq]

## What is the formula for projectile motion ?

*.*

**projectile motion**## What is projectile motion formula with an example ?

### What is plane motion explain its importance in horizontal projectile motion ?

**initial velocity along x axis = ucosα****initial velocity along y axis = usinα****acceleration along y axis = -g****acceleration along x axis = 0**

#### How do you explain 2D motion ?

##### What is 2D motion explain its importance ?

**Maximum height**we know that for maximum height velocity along y axis is responsible hence use third equation v² = u² +2as

**Range**this is define as horizontal distance travel along x axis by projectile for this we know that velocity along x axis is responsible to travel distance along x axis and acceleration along x axis is zero hence again use 2nd equation s = ut +1/2at²

###### How formula is calculate for 2D- projectile motion examples ?

###### How to solve numerical problems ?

**Numerical examples for projectile **

now sometime asked

**trajectory**this is the path of projectile which is parabolic shown above in picture we can find out this equation lets see how write the 2nd equation s = ut +1/2at² use separately for x axis and y axis for x axis x = ucos𝛳t +0 = ucos𝛳

for y axis y = usin𝛳t – 1/2gt² now from x = ucos𝛳t so t = x/ucos𝛳

put t = x/ucos𝛳 in y equation we will get equation of trajectory.

**What is Work best definition**?**Learn Physics best concept****What is escape velocity**?**Gravitational force and constant****Gravitational field intensity****What is Energy conservation**

**Projectile motion equations and formula**thanks for reading and sharing.