[Your Name] [Instructor Name] [Course Number] [Date] Abstract Range of a motion is defined as the total horizontal distance travelled by a projectile. The range of projectile depends upon the angle of inclination and the velocity with which a body is projected from that angle. In this experiment the effect of angle on range of a projectile is found out for four different inclinations. These inclinations are 30 40 50 and 60 degrees.The initial velocity was determined by shooting the ball and calculating their x and y axes distances. By this way it can be used in the further calculation to determine the end of a trajectory. While performing the experiment the errors were incorporated and its influence had resulted in a deviation on average from 1% to 10 % for various angle of inclination. This attributed to the non-ideal situation that exist perfect condition it is only the air resistance that might have contributed significantly to the error. Results and conclusion It is observed and inferred that when the angle is changed from the initial position the range of the projectile was also altered. When the angle was changed from 20 degree to 30 degree the range increased from 0.97 to 1.0283. When the angle was changed from 30 degree to 40 degree a similar increasing trend was observed with a magnitude of 1.0729. There after the range decreased at 50 and 60 degrees. This is due to the fact that when the range is maximum at 5 degrees. Above and below this Rmax the range decreases. The results were tabulated and the effect of angle on inclination were studied. Reference Horizontal Pulley with Friction. (2017). [image] Available at: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu [Accessed 15 Oct. 2017]. [...]
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