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basically projectile motion is the best example in our earth of 2-d kinematics....uses of projectile motionProjectile motion is applied in most of our daily activities like playing cricket, playing badmintion. Jumping of animals is also an example of projectile motion. Throwing of missile from cannon too a good use of projectile motion.
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Individuals firing missiles will use Projectile Motion equations to determine where the missile will hit, so they can fire them with the correct trajectory at the intended target. An i-phone game, Angry Birds, uses projectile motion as well.
A projectile kit is a device being used in showing the motion of a free-falling body and a projectile. It is clamped on one corner of a table and uses 2 marbles. It is also accompanied by metal sheets - one for the FFB and for the projectile. When you use it, you may notice that when the two marbles were launched. It will fall at the same time (you can hear a single sound).
An example of a projectile is a missile or a bullet.
Wm. Jack Hranicky has written: 'Prehistoric projectile points found along the Atlantic coastal plain' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Projectile points, Indians of North America 'Dictionary of terms for American prehistoric projectile points' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Implements, Projectile points, Indian weapons, Indians of North America 'Projectile point types in Virginia and neighboring areas' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Projectile points, Catalogs, Indians of North America
To propel a projectile.
Yes. They are the ATTRIBUTES of the projectile points.
A projectile is an object thrown into the air with great force. (Is a sentence)
Choppers, grinding stones, knives, projectile points
projectile point is an object that was hafted to a projectile, such as a spear, dart, or arrow, or perhaps used as a knife.Stone tools, including projectile points, can survive for long periods, were often lost or discarded, and are relatively plentiful, providing useful clues to the human past, including prehistoric trade. Scientific techniques exist to track the specific kinds of rock or minerals that used to make stone tools in various regions back to their original sources. Occasionally, projectile points made of worked bone or ivory are found at archaeological sites. In regions where metallurgy had emerged, projectile points were made fromcopper, bronze, or iron. In North America, some late prehistoric points were fashioned from copper that was mined in the Lake Superior region and elsewhere.
The Hopi used stone tools and made pottery for their daily use. There is a stone known as chert which can be flaked off into very sharp points for projectile points and other cutting tools.
as you can see from the slides, the projectile is embedded just under the left eye,
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Technology can be simplified down to the use of environmental objects in way they were never intended. That is how the first tool were made, like stone hand axes, spears, and projectile points.
l would use aluminum