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How fast is terminal velocity for a penny if it is in a vacuum?

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December 28, 2008 11:13PM

If the penny is in a vaccum, the penny has no terminal velocity because verminal velocity is when the resistance against the falling penny is equal to the force of gravity. So if it is in a vaccum, it has no forces resisting the fall, and it has no terminal velocity.