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A body/object is projected vertically upward or realeased from a height. please sir, explain how the body is increasing/decreasing.

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The affect of gravity is 32.2 f/sē.
The original velocity is upward at A f/s.

The original height is H.
The equation for height at some point, neglecting air resistance, is H + At - 16.1tē.

The 16.1, as you can see, is 32.2/2.

It is negative because it is the effect pushing the object down from our positive height and positive upward force.

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