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# A body thrown in the vertically upward direction rises up to a height and comes back to the position of its start?

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### Is acceleration greater when the object is thrown vertically or horizontally?

Acceleration is dependent on the initial velocity of how fast
the object is leaving the projectile. The vertical acceleration is
greater when the object is falling than when the object reaches the
peak in height. However, if the object is thrown horizontally and
there is no parabola in its shape then there is not as great of an
acceleration.

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### Is it possible for the instataneous velocity to have been negative at any time in the interval suppose the particle started at the origin x 0?

Yes. Since velocity is a vector it can have negative values when
the object is moving in the direction opposite to the direction
defined as the positive direction.
For example, if an object is thrown vertically upwards and the
upward direction is considered the positive direction, then when
the object is falling downwards under gravity, its velocity is
negative (in the upward direction). Coversely, if the downward
direction is defined as the positive direction, then the object has
a negative velocity during the first stage of the trajectory.

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