## How do you find the maximum height on a velocity time graph?

h = v 0 y 2 2 g . This equation defines the maximum height of a projectile above its launch position and it depends only on the vertical component of the initial velocity.

**What is the velocity and acceleration at maximum height?**

At a projectile’s highest point, its velocity is zero. At a projectile’s highest point, its acceleration is zero.

### How do you find maximum velocity on a acceleration time graph?

If there is a point on the graph where the acceleration has reduced to zero or gone negative, you calculate the area up to that point to get the maximum velocity.

**What is the acceleration of something at maximum height?**

9.8 m/s2

At maximum height, the acceleration becomes equal to g = 9.8 m/s2. Was this answer helpful?

#### What is the formula for maximum height?

The maximum height h reached by the projectile is equal to one-half of H, the altitude of this triangle. = H – ½H so h = H/2, which is the desired result.

**How do you find maximum height with velocity and angle?**

The range of an object, given the initial launch angle and initial velocity is found with: R=v2isin2θig R = v i 2 sin 2 θ i g . The maximum height of an object, given the initial launch angle and initial velocity is found with:h=v2isin2θi2g h = v i 2 sin 2 θ i 2 g .

## What is the velocity at maximum height?

= 0 m/s

When a projectile reaches maximum height, the vertical component of its velocity is momentarily zero (vy = 0 m/s).

**Why is acceleration not zero at maximum height?**

The no math answer to this one is to realize that acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. At the top most point, the velocity is indeed zero. However, it is changing momentarily after that. If the acceleration was zero, the ball would have had no change in velocity and would have stayed up in the air forever.

### When the velocity will be maximum in the given acceleration?

If acceleration is positive to the left and negative to the right, the point is a maximum velocity. In the example, a=3cos(t) is positive just before t=π /2 and negative just after, so it is a maximum; however, 3π/2 is a minimum because a=3cos(t) is negative just before 3π/2 and positive just after.

**Why acceleration is zero when velocity is maximum?**

Since acceleration is the change in velocity over time, there has to be a change in velocity for something to accelerate. In other words, if something is accelerating, it has to have a variable velocity. If the velocity is constant however, the acceleration is zero (because the velocity isn’t changing over time).

#### What happens to velocity at maximum height?

When a projectile reaches maximum height, the vertical component of its velocity is momentarily zero (vy = 0 m/s).

**How does the maximum height depend on velocity of projectile?**

Higher launch angles have higher maximum height The maximum height is determined by the initial vertical velocity. Since steeper launch angles have a larger vertical velocity component, increasing the launch angle increases the maximum height.

## What are velocity and acceleration graphs?

Velocity and Acceleration Graphs » 1. Velocity (s-t) Graphs 1. Velocity ( s-t) Graphs Distance-time graph of an object travelling at constant speed. This general graph represents the motion of a body travelling at constant velocity. The graph is linear (that is, a straight line). Recall that linear equations have the general form

**What is the area under the graph for maximum velocity?**

Instead of distance (factor of velocity), we have velocity (factor of acceleration). Hence the area under the graph is the max. velocity i.e. 55m/s. After solving it, I came to this thread and also saw dauto saying the same.

### What is the relationship between height and velocity and acceleration?

Velocity, V ( t) is the derivative of position (height, in this problem), and acceleration, A ( t ), is the derivative of velocity. Thus The graphs show the yo-yo’s height, velocity, and acceleration functions from 0 to 4 seconds.

**What is the final velocity of the ball at height h?**

The final velocity of the ball is given as vf, hence from the average velocity. But at the height h, the ball acquires zero final velocity as it falls back to the ground due to gravity. But we don’t know the time taken by the ball to reach the height h., so we can use the acceleration.