Projectiles

Guttinger

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Across
3.The horizontal velocity stays _____.
7.An object's velocity will ____ as it falls from the top of its trajectory to the ground.
10.Horizontal and Vertical Velocities are _________ of each other.
11.When adding vectors, the hypotenuse is called the _________.
15.Always connect vectors ___ to tail.
16.This has a magnitude and a direction.
Down
1.___ acceleration with a zero velocity means you are NOT moving.
2.Projectiles are only affected by _____.
4.A positive _______ means you are increasing in velocity and speeding up in the forward direction.
5.This is NOT split into x and y components in 2-D Kinematics.
6.An object's velocity will ____ as it moves to the top of its trajectory.
8.This velocity remains constant and uses the variable Vx.
9.This velocity uses the variable Vy.
12.This has a magnitude only; no direction.
13.The ___ on a velocity time graph gives you acceleration.
14.Ɵ = _____ = angle.

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