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An object thrown vertically upwards reaching maximum height 'h' it then returns to ground calculate the distance and displacement.



Distance=2h.    displacement=0
0 0 0
can u plz tell in step wise if u Paully
height to go up=h. height to come down is the same=h. total height=height to go up+height to come down=h+h=2h. therefore, distance=2h. displacement is the shortest distance between initial and final position. initial position is same as final position, so displacement=h-h=0
thank u Paully
Distance is the total path i.e. 2h. Whereas the displacement is the difference in position from the initial position to the final position i.e. , in this case,0
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