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A ball is thrown straight up into the air. At what position is its kinetic energy a maximum? At what position is the gravitational potential energy of the ball–Earth system a maximum?

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when a ball thrown upward, its speed will decrease at the rate of gravitational acceleration (Neglect air resistance) and become zero when it reaches at maxium. After that , the ball come down due to gravitational force and hence...

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