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**Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: What falls faster: heavy or light objects?**

« **on:**01/10/2020 17:34:51 »

This is how it works:

1) inertia of small objects

2) inertia of bigger objects

The small objects must fall faster because of its small inertia

3)) force of gravity on small objects

4)force of gravity on bigger objects

The small objects must fall slower because of small gravity force

a=F/m

In this equation:

Acceleration" a" increase for a small mass m , but at the same time gravity force F decreases for smaller m then " a "is constant

In the same equation:

Acceleration decreases for bigger mass m , but at the same time force of gravity F for the bigger mass increases then "a"is constant

This constant acceleration "a" is 9.8 m/sē makes two different masses with same height fall at the same time.

1) inertia of small objects

2) inertia of bigger objects

The small objects must fall faster because of its small inertia

3)) force of gravity on small objects

4)force of gravity on bigger objects

The small objects must fall slower because of small gravity force

a=F/m

In this equation:

Acceleration" a" increase for a small mass m , but at the same time gravity force F decreases for smaller m then " a "is constant

In the same equation:

Acceleration decreases for bigger mass m , but at the same time force of gravity F for the bigger mass increases then "a"is constant

This constant acceleration "a" is 9.8 m/sē makes two different masses with same height fall at the same time.