anonymous
  • anonymous
A stone is dropped vertically off a cliff. At what point in the trajectory of the stone is the acceleration the smallest? A. At the highest point of the trajectory. B. At the starting point of the trajectory, right after the stone is dropped. C. At the end of the trajectory, right before the stone hits the ground. D. The acceleration is constant everywhere in the trajectory.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the acceleration is always g. If we ignore air drag.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is always G?
anonymous
  • anonymous
this problem consist air drag. If u ignore it you will see.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Acceleration is always gravity in free fall (-9.81 m/s^2), so the answer for this question would be D. The acceleration is constant everywhere in the trajectory.

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