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But measuring the path of a projectile was not easy. Using an inclined plane, Galileo had performed experiments on uniformly accelerated motion, and he now used the same apparatus to study projectile motion.What is the motion of a projectile?
Through these experiments, Galileo established that the motion of a projectile is a combination of constant horizontal velocity and vertical motion, in which the projectile accelerates at a rate of 9.8 m s–2.What is Galileo's theory of motion?
GALILEO'S WORK ON PROJECTILE MOTION. In Aristotle's theory of motion, projectiles were pushed along by an external force which was transmitted through the air.How did Galileo use an inclined plane?
Using an inclined plane, Galileo had performed experiments on uniformly accelerated motion, and he now used the same apparatus to study projectile motion. He placed an inclined plane on a table and provided it with a curved piece at the bottom which deflected an inked bronze ball into a horizontal direction.