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Select the best answers for each of the following statements.
We call the rate at which the velocity changes
Objects that are affected only by gravity are said to be in
The speed of an object in a specific direction is called
The magnitude of the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of earth is about|
|m/s?.
The distance-versus-time graph and the speed-versus-time graph for a freely falling object, respectively, are
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Select the best answers for each of the following statements. We call the rate at which the velocity changes Objects that are affected only by gravity are said to be in The speed of an object in a specific direction is called The magnitude of the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of earth is about| |m/s?. The distance-versus-time graph and the speed-versus-time graph for a freely falling object, respectively, are Submit Answer Tries 0/10

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Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity.

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Earth’s gravity pulls the object towards the center. Object that are only affected by gravity are said to be in freefall.

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The speed of the object in a specific...

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