Table of Contents

- 1 What happens when a stone reaches its highest point when thrown up?
- 2 When a ball thrown straight upwards reach the maximum height of its path its?
- 3 When a stone is thrown vertically upward its velocity at highest point is zero?
- 4 What is acceleration at maximum height?
- 5 What would be the path of an object thrown in the air if there was no gravity?
- 6 What is the acceleration of an object when dropped thrown upward and thrown downward?

## What happens when a stone reaches its highest point when thrown up?

Projectile motion is the motion of an object where the size or magnitude of the vertical acceleration is g and the horizontal acceleration is zero. A stone thrown in the air follows a projectile motion. It goes upwards against a deceleration of size g which slows it down until it comes to a stop at the maximum height.

## When a ball thrown straight upwards reach the maximum height of its path its?

Therefore, at maximum altitude the velocity of the ball must be zero. Question: A ball thrown vertically upward reaches a maximum height of 30 meters above the surface of Earth. At its maximum height, the speed of the ball is: Answer: 0 m/s….Objects Launched Upward.

Variable | Value |
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a | -9.8 m/s2 |

t | 0.40 s |

**What is an object’s speed at the top of its path if it is thrown straight up?**

As I throw a ball straight up into the air, the direction of the ball’s motion is initially upward, although it is actually traveling downward at 9.8 m/s squared. At the very top of a ball’s motion, its speed is zero and its acceleration is -9.8 meters per second squared.

**What is the acceleration of a stone thrown upward compare to the one thrown downward?**

The force acting on the object is equal to the force of gravity when an object is thrown upward or downward. Hence, both the objects will have same acceleration when they have dropped from same height.

### When a stone is thrown vertically upward its velocity at highest point is zero?

Yes,when a stone is thrown vertically upwards, at the highest point only velocity is zero because the acceleration due to gravitational force is acting downward continuously and that is the reason for velocity being zero at the highest point, hence velocity is zero because of the acceleration.

### What is acceleration at maximum height?

At a projectile’s highest point, its acceleration is zero.

**What is the acceleration of the ball when it reaches maximum height?**

Question: A ball thrown vertically upward reaches a maximum height of 30 meters above the surface of Earth. At its maximum height, the speed of the ball is: Answer: 0 m/s. The instantaneous speed of any projectile at its maximum height is zero….Objects Launched Upward.

Variable | Value |
---|---|

a | -9.8 m/s2 |

t | 0.40 s |

**What is its velocity when it reaches its maximum altitude?**

The velocity is zero at the maximum height.

#### What would be the path of an object thrown in the air if there was no gravity?

In the absence of gravity (i.e., supposing that the gravity switch could be turned off) the projectile would again travel along a straight-line, inertial path. An object in motion would continue in motion at a constant speed in the same direction if there is no unbalanced force.

#### What is the acceleration of an object when dropped thrown upward and thrown downward?

Whether the object is falling downward or rising upward towards its peak, if it is under the sole influence of gravity, then its acceleration value is 9.8 m/s/s.

**What is the difference between the gravitational acceleration of objects thrown upward and downward?**

Analyzing motion for objects in freefall For example, when a ball is thrown up in the air, the ball’s velocity is initially upward. Acceleration from gravity is always constant and downward, but the direction and magnitude of velocity change.

**Does velocity increase when thrown upward?**

Does velocity increase when a ball is thrown upward? In order for the ball to move upwards its initial velocity must be greater than zero. As the ball rises, its velocity decreases until it reaches its maximum height, where it stops, and then begins to fall. As the ball falls, its speed increases.