An object is placed 16.0 cm away from a convex mirror with a focal length of magnitude 6.00 cm. What is the location of the image? (a) 9.60 cm in front of the mirror (b) 4.36 cm in front of the mirror (c) 9.60 cm behind the mirror (d) 4.36 cm behind the mirror (e) 10.0 cm in front of the mirror

Projectile motion can be separated into its components like so: The equations for projectile motion are: g is always negative because it points towards the ground which is in the negative direction to find the range of a projectile the range is the maximum when the angle of the projectile is at a 45 degree angle therefore, to find the time it takes to fly the range use equation 4, which, when rearranged gets you , one answer will be zero and it corresponds to before the projectile started moving to find the maximum height reached the trajectory, or path the projectile makes can be found using for circular motion: o even though an object can move in orbit ar