1.For a freely falling body under gravity:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1.Why does the slope of S vs. t^2 gives g/2? Why not g itself????

2.Does the graph exhibit linear relationship?

I have studied that the slope of a velocity time graphy gives the acceleration directly. Now when we make a graph for S vs. t^2 from a graph of velocity-time for a freely falling body. So why does the slope of the graph obtained gives g/2?

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# Homework Help: Freely falling body!

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