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-Use upward as positive and 10.0 m/s2 for the magnitude of g.

-Let us say that you toss an object upwards at 5.0 from a height of 17.0 m.

1.)What is in m/s2 the acceleration of the object the moment it reaches the highest position?

2.)What is in m/s2 the acceleration of the object while it is moving upwards?

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