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Old May 11th, 2010, 22:06   #66
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Originally Posted by JuicyFruits View Post
Still cant see any links between this and :

2 objects of same shape but different masses should have the same acceleration whether you drop them from 20 feet or 200 feet high. No?
Air resistance comes into play there. A lighter object (for fun say a 0.20g BB) will be more likely affected by air resistance than a heavier object (say a 0.36g), so the heavier will hit the ground sooner than the lighter.
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