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This page features an animated image and a discussion of the role initial angle plays in projectile motion. This is shown through firing a cannon ball at three different angles. At the bottom of the page there are links to similar animations.
This tutorial is part of The Physics Classroom. This web site also includes interactive tools to help students with concepts and problem solving, worksheets for student assignments, and recommendations for simple introductory laboratories.
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