Several students hit golf balls into the football field. As they hit the balls, there is another person on the field catching them in a basket. The balls are leaving the ground at various angles and their trajectories are a good example of projectile motion.
The Coyote unintentionally launches off of a cliff, and he realizes that he could have made it to the other side if he had stayed on his motor. This clip illustrates a misconception about motion: the horizontal speed of an object does not influence how quickly it falls.
Otter and Boone practice hitting golf balls and discuss their trajectories. Otter gives Boone advice on his golf swing as his shots go into a cafeteria and Dean Wormer's office. The final two shots are targeted at Doug Neidermeyer, who is mounted on his trusty steed.
Annie is driving a bus and sees a gap in the freeway ahead. She speeds up and successfully jumps across the gap. This clip illustrates a misconception about motion: the horizontal speed of an object does not influence how quickly it falls.