# Ch 32: Calculus Applications: Projectile & Harmonic Motion

We can help you review the calculus applications of harmonic and projectile motion with the informative lessons in this fun chapter. In these short video and text lessons, you'll learn the information related to these topics so you're prepared for an upcoming examination or a class project.

## Calculus Applications: Projectile & Harmonic Motion - Chapter Summary

This engaging chapter covers projectile and harmonic motion and other related calculus topics. Our instructors explain the definition of projectile motion in these lessons and then provide you with practice problems to test your knowledge. You'll also review simple harmonic motion (SMH), its formulas and definition. This chapter is designed to help you meet the following objectives:

• Explain the theory and equation associated with oscillation
• Define how pendulums are used in physics
• Solve problems involving simple harmonic motion
• Use differentiation to describe resultant motion

These helpful lessons have been created by professional instructors to make even the most challenging topics simple and user-friendly. Before moving on to other subjects, take the associated multiple-choice quiz that follows each lesson. If you need to review any of the material in a video lesson again, use the video tabs feature in the Timeline to skip directly to that section. Our instructors are available to help if you find that you need any assistance.

6 Lessons in Chapter 32: Calculus Applications: Projectile & Harmonic Motion
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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