English: motion of the projectile (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Projectile motion (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Three dimensional Cartesian coordinate system with the x-axis pointing towards the observer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The addition of two vectors a and b (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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The analysis of projectile motion is a part of classical mechanics. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

**Unit 1 Topic 1 Mechanics**

**Target sheet**

I can:

1. Equation of uniformly accelerated motion.

2. Displacement time graph

3. Velocity time graph.

4. Projectile Motion.

5. Principle of Conservation of Energy.

6. Vectors and Scalars.

7. Vector addition

8. Resolving a vector onto X-axis and Y-axis.

9. Air resistance and solid friction.

10. Static and Kinetic Equilibrium.

11. Coplanar forces.

12. Three Dimensional Forces.

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