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# A ball is thrown vertically upwards in free space. Its total mechanical energy .

- remains constant throughout the motion
- increases during ascent and decrease during descent
- is zero at maximum height.
- is equal to kinetic energy at a point just below the maximum height.

## The correct answer is: increases during ascent and decrease during descent

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