Answer: (c) go up and then come back to the surface of the moon.
Because the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is lower than on Earth, the ball will rise and then return to the moon’s surface.
Acceleration due to gravity
When an object falls freely towards the surface of the earth from a certain height, then its velocity changes. This change in velocity produces acceleration in the object which is known as acceleration due to gravity denoted by the letter g. The value of acceleration due to gravity is g= 9.8 m/s2.