Whenever a body is thrown up with a certain velocity, the upward motion is


Whenever a body is thrown up with a certain velocity, the upward motion is opposed by the
gravitational pull of earth and also by the resistance of air. Therefore, velocity of the body goes
on decreasing. When this velocity becomes zero, the body cannot rise further. It has attained,
what is called ‘maximum height’. From this height, the body begins to fall downwards under the
action of gravity.
Assume that the air resistance is zero or negligible.What is the acceleration of the body at the highest point?​


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