What is the formula for trajectory?

tra·jec·to·ry/trəˈjekt(ə)rē/

noun

  1. the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces:

The general formula for trajectory is: x = vt cos θ. y = vt sin θ – ½ g t². v is the velocity (in metres per second to agree with the other values below). Now in reality the velocity will slow down due to drag, but that makes it really hard, so let us just say it is the same all the way through!

Why have we highlighted the word trajectory under our science laboratory exhibits section? Because our team strive for trajectory velocity in all science exhibits we initiate, plan, execute, control, and close at community events, schools, and in communities across culture to provide a experience for the underserved that focus on thinking outside of the box of being underrepresented in the eyes of generational learning, living, and traditional habits practiced in health, wellness, and fitness for K-College students, families, and the in the underserved communities in need of STEAM exploration, education and enrichment.

What’s in your mindset that makeup your chemistry to explore, discovery and adventure into the unknown for growth and learning toward a prosperous you?

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For a mobile Science Laboratory or Exhibit tailored just for your private party, classroom, school, or community events, festivals, fairs or carnivals email us at sparkstem@nationalstemsociety.org or complete the contact us form with your inquiry to include: your contact name, phone number, email, and event summary information with 3 proposed dates and times for planning initiation. Our team will respond to all inquiries within 72 hours of receiving your detailed information.

Please note, our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) events or exhibits are booked 3-6 months in advance of execution at each site location. With your inquiry please provide 3 options for a GO LIVE STEAM event or exhibit at your location for event initiation, planning, execution, and control of activities, supplies or materials for every group of 10 or more students or participants discovery and enjoyment. All STEAM events or exhibits details will be provided by phone and brief summary via email from a SPARK STEM Crew leader. Thank you for your time and cooperation.

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