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The velocity of a freely falling body

Q. The velocity of a freely falling body
 A   decreases
 B   increases
 C   remains constant
 D   may increase or decrease
Answer:-increases
Explanation:  

Whether explicitly stated or not, the value of the acceleration in the kinematic equations is -9.8 m/s² for any freely falling object. If an object is merely dropped (as opposed to being thrown) from an elevated height, then the initial velocity of the object is 0 m/s. Then it increases as it falls.

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