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Which of the following statements about projectile motion is not correct?

a)The acceleration is constant and in one direction.
b)The only force is gravity.
c)In projectile motion, the motion can be broken down into perpendicular components that are interdependent.
d)All of these statements are correct.

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    d)All of these statements are correct.

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    Option a is not correct

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