• #### Projectile Motion

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How projectile motion works.
• #### Parabolic Motion

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How parabolic motion works.
• #### Linear Motion

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How linear motion works.
• #### Graphs of Motion

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
Drawing and interpreting graphs of motion.
• #### Relativity in Motion

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
The laws of physics are not affected by varying amounts of inertia.
• #### Displacement

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
An explanation of displacement.
• #### Acceleration

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
Understanding the acceleration of an object.
• #### Vector Direction

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How to predict the direction of a vector.
• #### Velocity Vectors

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How to express velocity as a vector.
• #### Components of Vectors

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
Understanding the components of vectors.
• #### Free Fall

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
Understanding the behavior of an object in free fall.
• #### Average Speed

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How to calculate average speed.
• #### Average Velocity

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How to calculate average velocity.
• #### Speed-Instantaneous Speed

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
Understanding the differences between speed and instantaneous speed.
• #### Instantaneous Velocity

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
How to find instantaneous velocity.
• #### Vector Quantities - Scalar Quantities

##### Science›Physics›Linear and Projectile Motion
Understanding the differences between vectors and scalar quantities.
• #### Parametric Equations and Motion - Problem 3

##### Math›Precalculus›Vectors and Parametric Equations
How to find the horizontal distance a projectile travels and how to graph on the TI-84 the parametric equations describing its motion.