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is this statement true? explain. distance travelled by a vertically projected body in the last second of its upward journey will be same as the distance travelled by a freely falling body in the first second.Is this independent of initial velocity of projection?

is this statement true? explain.


distance travelled by a vertically projected body in the last second of its upward journey will be same as the distance travelled by a freely falling body in the first second.Is this independent of initial velocity of projection?

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RAJORSHI PAUL
36 Points
9 years ago

Tine taken to reach the topmost point=u/g

So distance covered in (u/g)th sec=u-1/2g(2u/g-1)=1/2g which is indept of u

Now distance covered by a freely falling body in 1st sec=1/2gx1=1/2g

so the distances are same

basit ali
41 Points
9 years ago

this statement is true. yes this is independent of initial velocity of projection. because when body goes to upward then at max.height its velocity becomes zero. and only the 'g' acts downward.

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