This might seem a stupid question but please help me out because I'm very confused.
We say that when an object is dropped from a moving body (moving with constant acceleration $a$) It has the velocity $v$ which was possessed by the body, but its acceleration is $g$ only as soon as it is dropped. Why don't we consider that it has the acceleration of the moving body if we consider it to have its velocity?
Please describe the net acceleration and the acceleration as observed by a person on the ground and a person on the moving object. Neglect air resistance.
P.S. I came across a very similar question but it didn't clear the doubts I had.