A body reaches a certain height when thrown with a certain velocity. What is the height reached if the velocity is doubled?
**SIMILAR QUESTIONS**

**A body thrown vertically upwards takes ‘t’ time to reach the highest point. What would be the time required to reach the same point during its return?**

**A body when thrown upwards with a certain velocity requires certain time to reach the maximum height. If the velocity is doubled, what is the time required to reach the highest point?**

**A body travels one half of a distance with uniform velocity $v_1$ and the other half with uniform velocity $v_2$. Find the magnitude of the average velocity.**

**A car is moving on the road when the rain is falling vertically downwards. Why does the front windscreen get wet whereas the hind screen remains dry?**

**Can an object have velocity and acceleration in perpendicular directions?**

**If a body is thrown vertically upward from a vehicle moving with uniform velocity, where will the body fall?**