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A body when projected vertically up covers a total distance 'D'. During the time of its flight is 't'. If there were no gravity, what is the distance covered by it during the same time equal to?

A body when projected vertically up covers a total distance 'D'. During the time of its flight is 't'. If there were no gravity, what is the distance covered by it during the same time equal to?

Grade:9

2 Answers

anemous
117 Points
6 years ago
if there is no gravity then the motion is uniform motion if we ignore gravitational pull of other celestial bodies on that body.....and ans is sq root (gD)t....where g is acc due to gravity
pa1
357 Points
5 years ago
 
if there is no gravity then the motion is uniform motion if we ignore gravitational pull of other celestial bodies on that body.....and ans is sq root (gD)t....where g is acc due to gravity

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