Posted by **minerva** on Monday, January 29, 2007 at 3:19am.

if i flip a coin, will the coin stop moving upwards first before it starts to move down? in other words, is there a moment when the coin is not moving at all?

why?

It stops and has velocity equal to zero at the top.

ok.

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