A particle is projected vertically upwards, Physics

If a particle is projected vertically upward in a constant gravitational field with an initial speed v0. If there is a retarding force proportional to the square of the instantaneous speed, the speed of the particle when it returns to the intial position is v0vt/√(v02+vt2) where vt is the terminal speed.

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