The motion of an object under free fall is an example of which of the following?

[A] uniform velocity

[B] uniform acceleration
[C] zero acceleration
[D] non-uniform acceleration

1 thought on “The motion of an object under free fall is an example of which of the following?”

  1. B [uniform acceleration]
    Notes:
    The motion of an object under free fall is a case of uniform acceleration. If an object is released from a height near the surface of earth, it accelerates downwards under the influence of a gravity pull with acceleration due to gravity.

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