A BODY THROWN VERTICALLY UPEARDS REACHES A MAXIMUM HEIGHT “H” . IT THEN RETURNS TO GROUND . CALCULATE THE DISTANCE TRAVELLED AND THE THE DIS

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A BODY THROWN VERTICALLY UPEARDS REACHES A MAXIMUM HEIGHT “H” . IT THEN RETURNS TO GROUND . CALCULATE THE DISTANCE TRAVELLED AND THE THE DISPLACEMENT .

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Hailey 2 months 2021-11-28T11:48:05+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-11-28T11:49:31+00:00

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    Step-by-step explanation:

    A body thrown vertically upward reaches a maximum height h It then returns to ground calculate the distance Travelled and displacement

    A body thrown vertically upwards reaches a maximum height h. It then returns to ground . Calculate the distance travelled and the dispacement . Displacement =h-h=zero.

    As we know that the total length of the journey is the distance,Distance = h+h = 2h

    also we know that the shortest gap between the initial and final positions the body is coming back to the initial position the net displacement is zero.

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