What effect has gravity on the vertical velocity of a projectile?

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The effect that gravity has on the vertical component of the projectile is that as the projectile is going upward it is decreasing 10m/s ever second it is going upward until it reaches its peak. at its peak its vertical component is zero. Then as it
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