. In free fall of objects the acceleration in velocity due to gravity is independent of mass of those objects hence a heavy object does not fall faster than alight object. Why?
Asked by dhruvtyagi1001 | 22nd Oct, 2017, 09:41: PM
. Where G is gravitational constant, M mass of earth and R is radius of earth.
Hence accleration due to gravity is independent of mass of falling object. So heavy object does not fall faster than light object.
Answered by | 23rd Oct, 2017, 10:28: AM
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