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stone thrown from a tower at an horizontal inital rate of 20 m/s . Determine the speed and normal acceleration of the stone ?

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    is this a complete question?

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    yes, if the experiment is made in the Earth (or a planet). the stone will continue to have 20 m/s of horizontal velocity (neglecting any influence of air) and about 10 m/s2 of vertical acceleration (on the Earth).

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    9.8 m/s^2

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    vertical speed 20 m/s

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    vertical speed 20 m/s

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    vertical speed 20 m/s

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    well, that could be 20m/s and 9.81m/s^2 if it is on EARTH

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