Lets say a body is falling vertically . Another body is falling along a curved surface maybe like a combination of helix and inclined plane. taking any two corresponding points of the paths, such that the points are at same height from the surface of earth. Or in other words the line joining the points is parallel to horizontal surface. Will the velocity acquired at the two points be equal. Prove it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Ps. The acceleration of the body in such a curved path wont be uniform. Also neglect friction

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# Motion along surface

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