am i correct??
i too had the same opinion but they key paper says that it is the (3)rd option. i.e. same for each
SAME FOR BOTH!!!!!
acceletation is change in velocity...and not velocity..
uday use the basic defifnition of velocity.....it is CHANGE in velocity upon time and not just velocity
a = dv/dt or in other words a = v-u/t
thus the initial velocity is of no concern with the acceleration
try using the equation with examples mate you'll understand...or simply use deravitives if you know them
if the force of gun is to be considered then the bullet fired from the gun will obiviously have higher acceleration as it has initial acceleration and it is fired in direction of the gravitational acceleration...the two will add up.
the force u r taking of abt gun is an impulse so it impart only initial velosity n no acc.
close this chapter here.
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