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Why a ball bounces more high at heights?

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As we know that the Gravitational force is increctly proportional to square of the distance from the center of the planet, so the value of acceleration due to gravity any planet decreases as the height from the surface ( distance from the center of the planet) increases.

So, at high altitutes, the value of acceleration due to gravit...

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