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In a 2D problem with a thrown object, why is the acceleration along the x-axis equal to 0?
I'm starting Physics, and I don't understand why the acceleration along the x-axis is zero for an object thrown near the surface of the Earth. This may be problem specific, but I wouldn't know since I ...
Jun 17 '11 at 19:02
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