# What is the relationship between Angle and range of projectile in projectile motion?

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## What is the relationship between Angle and range of projectile in projectile motion?

As it rises and falls, air resistance has a negligible effect. The distance traveled horizontally from the launch position to the landing position is known as the range. The range of an angled-launch projectile depends upon the launch speed and the launch angle (angle between the launch direction and the horizontal).

## What is the relationship between the angle of projection and the range and maximum height of the cannonball?

Maximum height reached by the projectile, H Greater the initial velocity and greater the angle of projection from horizontal direction, greater is the height attained by the projectile.

## What is the relation between range and maximum height of θ 45?

A projectile is projected at an angle 45° to horizontal. If H is the maximum height and R is the horizontal range, then relation between Hand Ris (1) R=4 H (2) R= 8 H 3) R=2H (4) R= H.

## What is relation between maximum height and maximum range?

The maximum height of the projectile is when the projectile reaches zero vertical velocity. From this point the vertical component of the velocity vector will point downwards. The horizontal displacement of the projectile is called the range of the projectile and depends on the initial velocity of the object.

## How do you calculate projectile distance?

Horizontal projectile motion equations

- Horizontal distance can be expressed as x = V * t .
- Vertical distance from the ground is described by the formula y = – g * t² / 2 , where g is the gravity acceleration and h is an elevation.

## What are the formulas for projectile motion?

h = v 0 y 2 2 g . h = v 0 y 2 2 g . This equation defines the maximum height of a projectile above its launch position and it depends only on the vertical component of the initial velocity. A rock is thrown horizontally off a cliff 100.0 m high with a velocity of 15.0 m/s.

## What angle do you throw the farthest?

45-degree angle

## What is the ideal angle for every throwing event?

The optimum angle of release from ground level is 45º; thus, all the throws should be released at an angle less than 45 º.

## What is a Hyzer Flip?

A Hyzer Flip is very similar to an S-Shot but follows a straighter line. An understable disc is thrown very fast with a hyzer angle of release. The disc turns or “flips” up and brings its nose down in the process. This allows for a long straight glide.

## Can you hyzer flip a Overstable disc?

If you pick a disc that is too overstable, it will never flip up for you and will just follow a hyzer line off target.

## How do I get my disc to turn right?

To force a disc to turn right, throw the disc with the outer edge raised, and pull through above your chest. This is called throwing anhyzer. If you do this correctly, the disc will start out turning to the right.

## What discs should beginners throw?

Concentrate on learning to throw two or three lighter weight discs until you develop a feel for throwing golf discs. Some excellent disc choices for new players are: Aero, Aviar, Leopard, Polecat, Wombat, Manta, Stingray, Skeeter, and Mamba. Our DX 3 Pack Starter Set is also a very good choice for beginners.

## How heavy should my disc golf driver be?

The most used weight class, apart from Blizzard discs, in distance throws is 165-169 grams. Players who can throw over 100 meters with drivers also use heavier weight classes, e.g. 170-172 and 173-175, latter being the heaviest weight class in drivers generally. A heavier driver is more reliable in windy conditions.

## What speed disc should I throw?

A general guideline is that you should throw slower discs for accuracy and only move to faster discs when your need for extra distance outweights your need for high accuracy. Beginners often do not have the power to throw a high speed disc properly.

## Do heavier discs fly farther?

In general, lighter discs fly farther than heavier discs, but heavier discs may fly farther in a headwind due to their greater stability. A safe bet for the average player is to throw discs weighing around 160-165 grams for best distance.

## Do higher speed discs fly further?

You shouldn’t take this to mean that because a disc is a higher speed, it will automatically fly farther. Most players need lots of practice and training to throw a high speed disc correctly. In fact, many beginners will find that slower speed discs fly farther for them than higher speed discs.

## What weight discs do pros throw?

Advanced players will usually max out their mid-range discs to 180 grams. Putters come in light and heavyweights as well. Heavier putters will perform better in the winds and for harder throws. Light putters would be 170-172 grams on average and heavier putter will be about 173-175 grams.