Answer to Question #4569 in Mechanics | Relativity for Theresa

Question #4569
If you throw an object directly above yourself, what is the acceleration of the object a. on the way up? b.At the top? c. On the way down?
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Expert's answer
2011-10-11T11:58:09-0400
Since an object lefts your hands, the only force that remains acting on it is the gravity force F = mg. So, the accelaration of an object will be same all the time of a flight. It will be g - the acceleration of free fall.

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