Simulation motion of a ball in earth’s gravitational field
Updated 29 Nov 2019
According to the principle of superposition, the motion of a ball that is thrown upward at an angle to the horizontal in the earth’s gravitational field is the combination of a motion at a constant speed in the direction of throwing and a gravitational falling motion. This results in a parabolic flight curve, whose height and width depend on the throwing angle and the initial velocity.
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