can a body have a) 0 instantaneous velocity and yet be accelaerating b) 0 average speed but non zero avg. velocity c) negative acceleration and yet be speeding up?

Asked by A M | 24th Aug, 2010, 07:56: PM

Expert Answer:

a) Yes, a body thrown upwards goes to maximum height and stops, but it's acceleration is still g downwards.
b) No.
c) No.
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Answered by  | 25th Aug, 2010, 12:13: PM

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