The velocity or speed of an object travelling in a horizontal motion in the absence of acceleration gravity and force is called as the horizontal velocity. The horizontal velocity does not change in projectile motion. However, the forces of gravity give the object vertical acceleration, causing it to stop when it hits the ground. Calculate Horizontal Velocity of an object using this physics calculator online using the values of distance and time.
If a car travels 120 km at a time period of 1800 seconds. What is its horizontal velocity?
V = 120 / 1800
Horizontal Velocity is a constant and can be calculated based on the distance travelled by the object and time taken for it to reach the ground.