Body projected vertically,neglect gravity.will it fall back, Mechanical Engineering

Qusetion: A body when projected vertically up covers a total distance s, during its time of flight. If we neglect gravity then how much distance, the particle will travel during the same time. Will it fall back?

Sol- If we neglect gravity then body will not come back and the distance travelled will be intial velocity*time.

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