I'msodesperate

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I'm studying for the mcat and have the following question:

what is the magnitude of the gravitational force on an object at its max height (its velocity is zero)? is it mg or -mg?



I will really appreciate your help!
 

greg1184

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You cannot discuss specific questions from the MCAT.
 
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mandisof

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Hey, I took it today too. It wasn't too bad. I'm sorry, but I'm not sure if we can post specific questions. Good Luck.
 

aclementine

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WAAYYY tooo specific, ur gonna get banned for a week dude... edit ur post.. seriously
 

pezzang

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I guessI shouldn't answer this specific question. However, to give you a hint, magnitude refers to the absolute value of a +/- quantity. Hence, the magnitude of some measurement always has a positive value. Hope it helped!
 
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