Horizontal and vertical components which need to be treated independently from each other when working out either the horizontal or vertical motion.
The horizontal component of velocity is not affected by gravity. Gravity has an effect on the vertical component only.
The vertical component.
They both involve gravity calculations
free from the motion of earth
Gravity for the real motion, the Earth's rotation for the apparent motion.
The scientist who wrote about gravity and the laws of motion was Sir Isaac Newton.
Projectile motion has two components horizontal motion and vertical motion. Gravity affects only the vertical motion of projectile motion.
-- Gravity causes the vertical component of projectile motion to vary according to the local acceleration of gravity. -- Gravity has no effect at all on the horizontal component of projectile motion.
The horizontal component.
A feather falling in a vacuum is not considered as a projectile motion. Gravity, which is absent in a vacuum, is one of the components of projectile motion.
The type of motion that describes the horizontal component of a projectile is horizontal projectile motion. It is influenced by the downward force of gravity.
No, gravity is only one of the vectors in projectile motion.
Projectile motion is a form of motion wherein an object moves along a curved path under the action of gravity only. The height of a projectile in motion is dependent on gravity.