1) What does the negative distance in UAM indicate? 2) What does a negative velocity in UAM mean? 3) When you toss a b

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1) What does the negative distance in UAM indicate?

2) What does a negative velocity in UAM mean?

3) When you toss a ball into the air expecting it to hit the ground later, when will the ball achieve its

highest velocity? highest acceleration?

4) Suppose you drop an object both on Earth and on the moon, how do you compare its velocity on

Earth and on the moon?

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    Answer:

    the negative distance in UAM indicates left side and downward movement of an object.

    Explanation:

    The negative distance in uniformly accelerated motion (UAM) indicates that the object is moving to the left side in Horizontal ( UAM ) and the object is moving downwards in Vertical ( UAM ). A positive velocity means that the object is moving in the positive direction, is related to the coordinate system, while a negative velocity means the object is traveling in the opposite direction. The velocity of an object on the moon is very low because the force of gravity is 6 times lower than earth so velocity of an object on the earth is higher than on the moon.

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