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indebluez
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May6-04, 02:09 PM
P: 9
hi everybdy...
i noe how the vel against time graph looks like when a ball is dropped...
but i have no idea how the acceleration against time graph looks like....

i noe at the moment the ball hits the ground...the acceleration value is still constant...but what about when its fallin and riing again...how will it lloook?

the ans give by the book looks somethinh like this...

/-\/-\ as in the acc values increase linearly, then remains const..then falls linearly...and then same thing happens again...why is this???

plz help...plzzzzz
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