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Terminal Velocity in Complimentary Fall

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Terminal velocity is the quickest rate anything can achieve in free autumn. Every object has a different terminal velocity based on the mass, the gravitational force and drag force. Isaac Newton discovered that gravity was a potent force used upon objects in world. He also calculated that the price of acceleration at which things fall is -9.8m/s^2 or 1 g as well as the potent force of gravity on an object is equal to 1g x the mass associated with the object. What this means is if you were to fall from space and enter planet you will be accelerating by 9.8 meters every second you’re in free autumn if Earth had no atmosphere. The air you’ll fall through would add a resistance to your autumn, stopping you against accelerating at 9.8m/s^2.

Air resistance, or drag force, is another acting that is variable things being in a situation of free …