# When throwing a ball straight up, which is true about its velocity and its acceleration at its highest point? A.) Velocity = 0 Acceleration ≠ 0 B.) Velocity ≠ 0 Acceleration = 0 C.) Velocity = 0 Acceleration = 0.You throw a ball straight up into the air. At what point does it have max acceleration? A.) At its highest point B.) At the midpoint C.) Acceleration is constant throughout.You throw a ball up with a Velocity Initial of 10 m/s, assuming no air resistance, what is the speed when it comes back down? A.) 0 m/s B.) 10 m/s in same direction C.) 10 m/s in opposite direction.Julie and Andrew each throw a ball up with the same initial velocity, Julie throws the ball up and Andrew throws the ball down. What is the relationship of Julie’s ball’s velocity and Andrew’s ball’s velocity when their hit the ground? A.) Julie’s Velocity = Andrew’s Velocity B.) Julie’s Velocity > Andrew’s Velocity C.) Julie’s Velocity < Andrew's Velocity

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When throwing a ball straight up, which is true about its velocity and its acceleration at its highest point?
A.) Velocity = 0 Acceleration ≠ 0
B.) Velocity ≠ 0 Acceleration = 0
C.) Velocity = 0 Acceleration = 0

You throw a ball straight up into the air. At what point does it have max acceleration?
A.) At its highest point
B.) At the midpoint
C.) Acceleration is constant throughout

You throw a ball up with a Velocity Initial of 10 m/s, assuming no air resistance, what is the speed when it comes back down?
A.) 0 m/s
B.) 10 m/s in same direction
C.) 10 m/s in opposite direction

Julie and Andrew each throw a ball up with the same initial velocity, Julie throws the ball up and Andrew throws the ball down. What is the relationship of Julie’s ball’s velocity and Andrew’s ball’s velocity when their hit the ground?
A.) Julie’s Velocity = Andrew’s Velocity
B.) Julie’s Velocity > Andrew’s Velocity
C.) Julie’s Velocity < Andrew’s Velocity

When throwing a ball straight up, which is true about its velocity and its acceleration at its highest point?
A.) Velocity = 0 Acceleration ≠ 0
B.) Velocity ≠ 0 Acceleration = 0
C.) Velocity = 0 Acceleration = 0

You throw a ball straight up into the air. At what point does it have max acceleration?
A.) At its highest point
B.) At the midpoint
C.) Acceleration is constant throughout

You throw a ball up with a Velocity Initial of 10 m/s, assuming no air resistance, what is the speed when it comes back down?
A.) 0 m/s
B.) 10 m/s in same direction
C.) 10 m/s in opposite direction

Answer :C.) 10 m/s in opposite direction

Julie and Andrew each throw a ball up with the same initial velocity, Julie throws the ball up and Andrew throws the ball down. What is the relationship of Julie’s ball’s velocity and Andrew’s ball’s velocity when their hit the ground?
A.) Julie’s Velocity = Andrew’s Velocity
B.) Julie’s Velocity > Andrew’s Velocity
C.) Julie’s Velocity < Andrew’s Velocity

Answer : A.) Julie’s Velocity = Andrew’s Velocity