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Asked Oct 10, 2019

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Step 1

When a ball is thrown up in the air with some velocity, then its velocity decreases with respect to time due to downward force of gravity. After reaching a particular height, the velocity of the ball becomes zero. So, at heighest point of motion, ball is at rest. Just after that the ball starts to fall down freely with an acceleration equal to acceleration due to gravity. The ball starts from zero velocity at the top and due to force of gravity acting in the direction of motion, the velocity of ball increases continuously. Also, during the motion of the ball upto a maximum height and then again back to it’s initial position, the velocity of ball at any two points at the same height is always the same.

Step 2

So, basically the ball’s velocity is maximum at the initial position, and it decreases and becomes zero at the heighest point and then it again increases and becomes equ...

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