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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Let there be an obj. which is made to fall from a certain height in a gravitaitonal field.

where

Say it falls for 1 second.

How much distance does it cover in that 1 second?

distance = speed x time = avg. speed x 1second =

where

**a= 10 metre per second squared**Say it falls for 1 second.

**v(final velocity)= 10 metre per second.**How much distance does it cover in that 1 second?

distance = speed x time = avg. speed x 1second =

**10 m****This means that 10 m is covered during that 1 second.****But how could that be when the velocity had not reached 10 metre per second?**