A freely falling object travels 4.9 m in 1st seco econd , 14.7 m in 2nd second, 24.5 m in 3rd second,
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A freely falling object travels 4.9 m in 1st seco econd, 14.7 m in 2nd second, 24.5 m in 3rd second, and so on. This data shows that the motion of a freely falling object is a case of :

(a) uniform motion

(b) uniform acceleration

(c) no acceleration

(d) uniform velocity
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A freely falling object travels 4.9 m in 1st seco econd, 14.7 m in 2nd second, 24.5 m in 3rd second, and so on. This data shows that the motion of a freely falling object is a case of uniform acceleration.

So, the correct answer of this question is option (b).

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