# In which direction ball will move?

1. Mar 18, 2013

### ash64449

hello friends, a ball experiences uniform motion due to inertia and gravitational force which is acting downwards. Both these forces are perpendicular. So given these conditions,in which direction the ball will move? I think with the help of trigonometry we can solve this.. Since there are two direction force are acting,i think ball will move in net direction.. But i don't know which net direction...

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2. Mar 18, 2013

### CWatters

Welcome to the forum. I see you are a first time poster. Can you check the rules for posting homework questions...

In particular please post the whole question as set and an attempt at the solution.

EDIT: There are several ways to answer your question as posed. The simplest is "In a parabolic arc".

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3. Mar 18, 2013

### ash64449

how to edit?? And i am in a mobile.but i didn't see any homework template..

4. Mar 18, 2013

### CWatters

You don't need to edit your first post. You can make a new one using the following headings..

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution