# Trajectory Sentence Examples

In order to become a certified yoga instructor, one must follow a certain

**trajectory**.Golfers rarely work out as other athletes do, but they will spend a lot of time hitting balls to perfect their

**trajectory**.Use your barriers wisely and once you shoot an exploding rocket, keep your eye on the

**trajectory**so you won't run into it.A low center of gravity gives a high

**trajectory**with less backspin for maximum carry.The pomeron

**trajectory**is indicated by the dashed line.Early detection and appropriate intervention, particularly during the preschool years and middleschool years, is the best means of interrupting the developmental

**trajectory**of antisocial behavior patterns.While they can claim to be moving on an upward

**trajectory**Griffin is in a stronger position to hold his party together.Explain how

**trajectory**affects flight distance and vice versa in paper airplanes.After Pioneer 10 emerged through the asteroid belt, Pioneer 11, was launched on a similar

**trajectory**.Levels of national satisfaction in France have followed a similar downward

**trajectory**- from 44% in 2003 to just 20% today.AdvertisementThe predicted

**trajectory**follows the real**trajectory**very closely.A confident careers

**trajectory**is yours for the asking.Results are compared with

**trajectory**calculations on potential energy surfaces.Amber in color, these colored lenses enhance the contrast between the fairways and the greens, thus giving you a clearer view of the ball's

**trajectory**against the sky or the green grass.These early hunting sticks differ from returning boomerangs in being larger and having only a shallow angle giving a long low elliptical

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**trajectory**traced by developments subsequent to 1997 can be broadly characterized as moving deeper into the machine.Either they follow them at a constant distance or they catch them on a rather irregular

**trajectory**.Due to their nature, however, most mission

**trajectory**design problems exhibit local minima.Rather the full data or

**trajectory**matrix, usually rectangular, is fitted directly to the vector of data elements.Real-time

**trajectory**modeling accurately simulates the dynamics of the space flight.AdvertisementA striking feature of our

**trajectory**over the last 5 years is the growing stature of our third research cluster.First, it traces briefly the

**trajectory**of the debate on industrial clusters in developing countries.Covering a four hundred year period up to the present, Fuess meticulously charts divorce's convoluted evolutionary

**trajectory**.But, as originally pointed out by Euler, the difficulty can be turned if we notice that in the ordinary

**trajectory**of practice the quantities i, cos i, and sec i vary so slowly that they may be replaced by their mean values,, t, cos 7 7, and sec r t, especially if the**trajectory**, when considerable, is divided up in the calculation into arcs of small curvature, the curvature of an arc being defined as the angle between the tangents or normals at the ends of the arc.The effect is as if there was a mean sidelong thrust w tan S on the shot from left to right in order to deflect the plane of the

**trajectory**at angle 6 to the vertical.AdvertisementI want you to change your reentry

**trajectory**to 35 degrees.Covering a four hundred year period up to the present, Fuess meticulously charts divorce 's convoluted evolutionary

**trajectory**.Babies as young as four months who had seen the whole

**trajectory**of the ball, could anticipate where it would re-emerge.Fortunately, the only a risk would be using the same logic for calculating a

**trajectory**for landing a probe on Titan.This high MOI keeps the clubhead extremely stable at impact, resulting in straighter flight and optimum

**trajectory**, even on mishits.An iceberg

**trajectory**model has additionally been developed, to stimulate present and LGM iceberg distributions and limits.The amount, however, still depends on the time of flight, as the retardation of the air to the falling velocity may be neglected in the case of flat

**trajectory**guns.Ingalls, U.S.A., for approximating to a high angle

**trajectory**in a single arc, which assumes that the mean density of the air may be taken as the density at two-thirds of the estimated height of the vertex; the rule is founded on the fact that in an unresisted parabolic**trajectory**the average height of the shot is two-thirds the height of the vertex, as illustrated in a jet of water, or in a stream of bullets from a Maxim gun.Institution, 1888, employing Siacci's method and about twenty arcs; and Captain Ingalls, by assuming a mean tenuity-factor T=0.68, corresponding to a height of about 2 m., on the estimate that the shot would reach a height of 3 m., was able to obtain a very accurate result, working in two arcs over the whole

**trajectory**, up to the vertex and down again (Ingalls, Handbook of Ballistic Problems).The axis of an elongated shot would move parallel to itself only if fired in a vacuum; but in air the couple due to a sidelong motion tends to place the axis at right angles to the tangent of the

**trajectory**, and acting on a rotating body causes the axis to precess about the tangent.At the same time the frictional drag damps the nutation and causes the axis of the shot to follow the tangent of the

**trajectory**very closely, the point of the shot being seen to be slightly above and to the right of the tangent, with a right-handed twist.In the ancient theory due to Galileo, the resistance of the air is ignored, and, as shown in the article on Mechanics (§ 13), the

**trajectory**is now a parabola.Niven, F.R.S., called the degree table, determines the change of direction of motion of the shot while the velocity changes from V to v, to shot flying nearly horizontally, To explain the theory of this table, suppose the tangent at the point of the

**trajectory**, where the velocity is v, to make an angle i radians with the horizon.Resolving normally in the

**trajectory**, and supposing the resistance of the air to act tangentially, (18) v(di/dt) =g cos i, where di denotes the infinitesimal decrement of i in the infinitesimal increment of time dt.Thus, if the time of flight of a shell is 5 sec., the height of the vertex of the

**trajectory**is about loo ft.; and if the fuse is set to burst the shell one-tenth of a second short of its impact at B, the height of the burst is 7.84, say 8 ft.In these cases the curvature of the

**trajectory**becomes considerable, and the formulae employed in direct fire must be modified; the method generally employed is due to Colonel Siacci of the Italian artillery.Starting with the exact equations of motion in a resisting medium, (43) d2t cos i = ds, d 2 y d 44 dt2 = -r sin i-g= -rds-g, and eliminating r, (45) dt - - cos z, or the equation obtained, as in (18), by resolving normally in the

**trajectory**, but di now denoting the increment of i in the increment of time dt.