The dimension, in physics, is the expression of the character of a quantity derived from fundamental quantities, without taking into account its numerical value. In any measurement system, such as the metric system, some quantities are considered fundamental and all others are derived from them. CHOCK! The sound of the golf club striking the ball reaches your ears and at the sight of seeing it climb across the sky, you will notice that it is an excellent example of two-dimensional movement. The movement of an object shot, projected or otherwise launched, such as a golf ball hit in the air, is two-dimensional because it contains both x and y components. The trajectory of the ball is called the parable. In the y direction, the ball is projected upward with an initial velocity of Vy2 and the X direction is the one that is projected forward with an initial velocity of Vx2.
Another good example of dimension 2 is cannon fire. When a ball is drawn in the open air, it will eventually touch the ground if there is no obstacle to stop it. This is because the force of gravity is applied towards the bottom of the ball. This is a very good example of two-dimensional movement because it has a component y and x, like any movement that involves shooting, throwing or returning an object in the air. Throw a ball at an angle of a building. It is now a projectile, an object that is propelled by another force and continues to travel because of its own inertia. Watch first as it moves to the corner where you launched it. When the speed of the ball reaches zero (its highest point), it begins to descend to the ground while moving horizontally because its strength is constant. This is an example of Projectile Motion. Projectile movement is a non-linear motion in which matter moves on a curved path or under the effect of gravity.
In the late 1500s, a famous physicist, Galileo Galilei, was the first to accurately describe the movement of the projectile and to show how the movement involved separate components, such as a constant horizontal movement, and that the Object would continue to accelerate downward due to gravity. Inertia is an important part of the movement of a projectile because it explains precisely why an object continues to be in motion even after a force has ceased to be exerted on it.