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As an object falls freely,whatwill be its acceleration at the end of the first second? the second? the third?

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  1. curiousshubham Group Title
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    If an object falls freely it will be influenced by the acceleration due to gravity i.e. 9.8m/s2. In each second the object will be falling with same acceleration.

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    thanks that makes sense.

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    you are welcomed.

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    acceleration due to gravity is constant , (assume the object is not heaps far from the earth )

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    there 'll b no acceleration

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    if an object falls freely think it as if it is in the hanging in the space

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