3. Be honest, were both of your predictions correct? What does the y-component of the initialvelocity for all 4 trials in your data table have in common? Draw a vector representing the initialvelocity of a projectile fired horizontally. a. As the initial velocity of a projectile fired horizontally increases, the x- component (increase, decrease, remain the same). b. As the initial velocity of a projectile fired horizontally increases, the y- component (increase, decrease, remain the same). c. True or False, When projectiles are fired horizontally, the y-component of the velocity depends on the initial velocity. d. True or False, When projectiles are fired horizontally, the x-component of the velocitydepends on the initial velocity. True or False, When air resistance is ignored, the horizontal acceleration of a projectiles always equal to 0 m/s/sе.

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