Ch 28: Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Projectile Motion

About This Chapter

Gravity has a direct effect on all objects on Earth. This chapter of the Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics course gives you a thorough review on the aspects of projectile motion for the upcoming final exam.

Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Projectile Motion - Chapter Summary

Projectile motion involves the acceleration of gravity and other practical applications seen in the real world. This set of video lessons in the Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics course provides a fun way to study for your approaching final exam and even gives you a chance to quiz yourself before the day of the actual test. You can study the following topics in preparation for the exam:

  • Formula for the acceleration of gravity
  • The definition of projectile motion
  • Examples of projectile motion

This chapter is suited not only for viewing on your PC but also any of your mobile devices, making it simple to sneak in a study session on the go whenever you have a few free minutes. Not only that, the convenient timeline located directly below the video presentation makes it easy to pick up where you left off when you switch viewing platforms.

Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Projectile Motion Chapter Objectives

The Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics final exam is administered to all students as they approach the end of the course. Test questions on projectile motion are contained in the Applications of Mathematics section, which makes up approximately one third of the total exam. Questions will vary in length from medium to long answer.

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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