in which case is the velocity zero but the body still posseses acceleration?

Asked by poojachandra | 11th Jun, 2009, 04:41: PM

Expert Answer:

Acceleration of a body may not be zero, even if the velocity of the body is zero. Ex: For a vertically projected body , when it is at Maximum height its velocity becomes zero but its acceleration is equal to ” g “.

Answered by  | 12th Jun, 2009, 01:52: AM

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