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A ball is thrown straight up into the air. At each of the following instants, is the magnitude of the ball's acceleration greater than g, equal to g, less than g, or zero? Air resistance may be neglected.

A) just after leaving your hand?

B) at the very top (maximum height)?

C) just before hitting the ground?

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  1. the acceleration is always g, as the force on the ball from earth is constant.

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  2. g is g is g

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