Students learn how to model complex angled projectile motion, focusing on equations and variables like initial velocity, launch angles, and gravity. This involves understanding the dynamics of trajectories in physics.

Later, as learning progresses, they apply these concepts to more intricate and realistic scenarios. The teacher demonstrates two examples: first, analyzing the trajectory and displacement of a particle projected at an angle; and second, calculating the possible angles for a stone projected from a cliff to hit a specific point.