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A ball is allowed to freely from certain height.It covers a distance in 1st second equals ti:
A)2g B)g C) g/2 C)none

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asked by Hassaanfarooq
  1. h = 0 + 0.5(g)(1)^2 = 0.5g
    So, option (C)

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