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When an object is thrown in a vertically upward direction, the final velocity is 0.

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When you throw an object vertically upwards with some initial velocity, say $v_1$, this is considered the initial velocity for the upward path.

After a certain period, say $t$, the object reaches a point where it can no longer move upwards and comes to a halt. At this maximum height, the object's velocity becomes zero.

The height at which the velocity becomes zero is the maximum height, denoted as $H$. For this upward movement, the final velocity $v_2$ is 0, as the object stops at the end of its upward journey.


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