## What is the formula for calculating trajectory?

y = h + Vᵧ * t – g * t² / 2.

**How does air resistance affect trajectory?**

Because air resistance affects the horizontal component of a projectiles trajectory, the effect of it can be minimized by lowering the angle of release. Speed or velocity is directly related to distance. The greater the speed of release, the greater the distance covered in flight.

### What is the trajectory of a projectile motion?

The trajectory of a projectile is a parabola. Projectile motion is a form of motion where an object moves in a bilaterally symmetrical, parabolic path. The path that the object follows is called its trajectory.

**What will happen to the trajectory of a projectile when we take air resistance into consideration no longer in free fall )?**

What will happen to the trajectory of a projectile when we take air resistance into consideration [no longer in free fall]? The horizontal component is no longer constant. That means that the path will fall shorter than if there was no air resistance.

#### How does air resistance affect horizontal velocity?

Horizontal direction: Air resistance would cause a horizontal acceleration, slowing the horizontal motion, but since we’re going to only consider cases where air resistance is negligible we can assume that the horizontal velocity is constant for a projectile.

**What is a trajectory of a projectile in physics?**

Projectile motion is a form of motion where an object moves in parabolic path; the path that the object follows is called its trajectory.

## How do you solve projectile motion with air resistance?

Mathematically, the resistive force represented by the vector F can be written as F=-f(v) u, where u=V/|V| is the unit vector along the direction of the velocity V. The minus sign guarantees that the air resistance acting on the projectile is always opposite to the direction of its velocity.

**How do you find velocity with air resistance?**

The net external force is equal to the difference between the weight and the drag forces (F = W – D). The acceleration of the object then becomes a = (W – D) / m . The drag force depends on the square of the velocity. So as the body accelerates its velocity (and the drag) will increase.

### How does air resistance affect the height of falling objects?

With air resistance, acceleration throughout a fall gets less than gravity (g) because air resistance affects the movement of the falling object by slowing it down. How much it slows the object down depends on the surface area of the object and its speed.

**Is there a formula for projectile trajectory with air resistance?**

The question assumes there is a formula for projectile trajectory with air resistance. Unfortunately, this is not the case. For the general case of a projectile fired with velocity v, at an angle α to the horizontal there is no analytic solution. So there is no formula for the trajectory.

#### What is the formula for trajectory?

Trajectory formula is given by. [large y=x:tan,theta-frac{gx^{2}}{2v^{2},cos^{2},theta}] Where, y is the horizontal component, x is the vertical component, g= gravity value, v= initial velocity, $theta$ = angle of inclination of the initial velocity from horizontal axis,

**What is the use of air resistance formula?**

Air Resistance Formula is made use of in finding the air resistance, air constant and velocity of the body if some of these numerics are known. This formula has wide applications in aeronautics.

## What is an example of a trajectory?

Mathematically, a trajectory is described as a position of an object over a particular time. A much-simplified example would by a ball or rock was thrown upwards, the path taken by the stone is determined by the gravitational forces and resistance of air.