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Posted by **jake** on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 2:11pm.

a)stays the same

b)increases than decrease

c)cannot by determined (not enough info.)

d)increases at an increasing rate

e)increases at a constant rate

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**MathMate**, Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 2:28pmThe height y1 of the first object from the initial position, y0 with respect to time is given by the equation:

y1=ut-(1/2)gt²

Similarly, the height y2 of the second object is given by:

y2=-ut - (1/2)gt²

where

g=acceleration due to gravity, and

u=initial speed

The distance between the two objects is therefore given by y1-y2

=2ut

which is a linear function of time.

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