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Angry Bird Physics: A Study of Independent Vector Components

Unit 3: Projectile Motion
Lesson 1 of 16

Objective: Students will utilize their understanding of trigonometric ratios to construct ideas about the motion of an angry bird in terms of horizontal and vertical velocity vector components.

Big Idea: Trig ratios can be used to find mathematical expressions for horizontal and vertical components of a vector.

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Science, Physical Science, velocity (Physics), physics, vector, vector components, Projectile Motion
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