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Why do objects that have been thrown upwards have a velocity of zero at the maximum height attained?
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Because objects have a momentary stop at maximum heights.

Another explanation can be the gravitational acceleration eat away the initial velocity since its magnitude is negative 9.8 m/s^2 until the velocity is zero at maximum height.
by Wooden (2,658 points)
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It is due to gravitational force where the ball accelerates down to zero.
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