Table of Contents

- 1 What is the range of the projectile R?
- 2 When the maximum range of a projectile is r then its maximum height is?
- 3 How do you find distance Travelled in projectile motion?
- 4 How do you find the distance of a projectile?
- 5 What is the minimum kinetic energy of a projectile?
- 6 At what point of projectile motion kinetic energy is minimum?
- 7 What is the kinetic energy of a projectile?
- 8 What is the horizontal range of the projectile motion?
- 9 How do you find the maximum distance a projectile can travel?

## What is the range of the projectile R?

The range (R) of the projectile is the horizontal distance it travels during the motion. Using this equation vertically, we have that a = -g (the acceleration due to gravity) and the initial velocity in the vertical direction is usina (by resolving). Hence: y = utsina – ½ gt2 (1)

## When the maximum range of a projectile is r then its maximum height is?

The maximum height is at half of the range meaning at $\dfrac{R}{2}$ the max height is achieved where velocity is lowest.

**Is the range of projectile is r then its kinetic energy is maximum after displacement equal to?**

☞ Kinetic energy is maximum at that both points. ☞ Velocity is minimum at the top height of projectile. ☞ Maximum height is achieved at distance half of its maximum ranfe therefore velocity is minimum at a distance of R/2. ☞ Therefore, KE is also minimum at distance R/2.

### How do you find distance Travelled in projectile motion?

The equation for the distance traveled by a projectile being affected by gravity is sin(2θ)v2/g, where θ is the angle, v is the initial velocity and g is acceleration due to gravity.

### How do you find the distance of a projectile?

Horizontal projectile motion equations

- Horizontal distance can be expressed as x = V * t .
- Vertical distance from the ground is described by the formula y = – g * t² / 2 , where g is the gravity acceleration and h is an elevation.

**What is the relation between range and maximum height?**

The maximum height of a projectile is half of its range on the horizontal.

## What is the minimum kinetic energy of a projectile?

So, we can say that at the maximum height, the kinetic energy is minimum as the vertical velocity is zero. Minimum kinetic energy = 12m(v0cosθ)2 .

## At what point of projectile motion kinetic energy is minimum?

So, we can say that at the maximum height, the kinetic energy is minimum as the vertical velocity is zero.

**What will be the angle of projection of a projectile for which range R and maximum height h are equal?**

45∘

The angle of projection at which the horizontal range and maximum height of projectile are equal is. 45∘

### What is the kinetic energy of a projectile?

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### What is the horizontal range of the projectile motion?

Most of the basic physics textbooks talk about the horizontal range of the projectile motion. 0 sin Suppose a projectile is thrown from the ground level, then the range is the distance between the launch point and the landing point, where the projectile hits the ground.

**When is kinetic energy at its maximum?**

Therefore the kinetic energy should be maximum at the point it is projected and at the point it hits the ground since the kinetic energy is proportional to the velocity square. Therefore the kinetic energy will be maximum after the distance covered is the range itself

## How do you find the maximum distance a projectile can travel?

Also, we know that the maximum distance of the projectile can be found from simple relation d = V * t. Velocity in our case is the horizontal velocity Vx = V0 * cos (α), and time to reach the ground is a value we’ve already calculated: