Dhiraj Telaiya, India 67 Questions 151 Answers 31 Best Answers 18 Points View Profile 5 Dhiraj Asked: November 2, 20212021-11-02T03:47:11+05:30 2021-11-02T03:47:11+05:30In: Science A stone is thrown vertically upwards with velocity ‘X’. will its velocity with which it falls to the earth be the same ? 5 A stone is thrown vertically upwards with velocity ‘X’. will its velocity with which it falls to the earth be the same ? gravitationphysics Share Facebook 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Shrestha India 37 Questions 66 Answers 41 Best Answers 807 Points View Profile Best Answer Shrestha Expert 2021-11-02T06:55:14+05:30Added an answer on November 2, 2021 at 6:55 am Upwards (ascent) v = u + at or, v = X + (-a)t or, 0 = X – at or, t = X/a -(i) Downwards (descent) v = u + at or, v = 0 + at or, t = v/a -(ii) on equating (i) and (ii) X/a = v/a i.e. X = v i.e. v = X (proved) The stone returns to the earth with the same magnitude of velocity with which its was thrown vertically upwards but its direction is reserved. 1 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Cancel the best answer You must login to add an answer. Username or email* Password* Remember Me! Forgot Password?