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Posted by badi on Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 8:52am.

An object is thrown upward at a certain angle above the ground, eventually returning to erth.1.Is there any place along the trajectory where the velocity and acceleration are perpendicular? If so, where? 2. Is there any place where the velocity and acceleration are parallel? if so, where? in each case, explain.

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