Wednesday, 05 March 2014 12:37

C2-28: TRAJECTORY OF BALL DROPPED BY WALKER

• ID Code: C2-28
• Purpose: Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion
• Description: The subject walks along a line with their arm straight out holding a ball. Have the students make suggestions as to, as the subject passes a bucket, where must they release the ball so that it will fall into the bucket?
• Availability: Available
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