Gravity has a constant acceleration value (9.8m/s^2) and acts downward always. Air resistance is as its name suggests a force that only acts when an object is moving, and it can act in any direction (always opposite the direction of motion).
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Gravity, Friction and Air Resistance. Friction is trying to slow you down Gravity is pulling you towards the bottom of the hill Air resistance is trying to keep you on the hill
i think air resistance slows down the object that gravity is pulling towards it
Air Resistance slows the fall of an object, and Gravity speeds it up.
No. If you assume no air resistance, different objects will receive the same acceleration, regardless of their mass.No. If you assume no air resistance, different objects will receive the same acceleration, regardless of their mass.No. If you assume no air resistance, different objects will receive the same acceleration, regardless of their mass.No. If you assume no air resistance, different objects will receive the same acceleration, regardless of their mass.
Air Resistance increases with velocity.So, as the velocity of a falling object increases, Air Resistance increases until it is equal to Gravity.
The parachutist will go down, of course. If gravity is greater than air resistance, then the parachutist would accelerate (his speed would increase). This would increase air resistance, up to the point where gravity and air resistance are in balance.
Air resistance determines the terminal velocity because at the time where the air resistance overcomes the force of gravity the object can fall no faster. In other words gravity can no longer overcome the force of the air.
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The faster something moves, the more air resistance is created. So as gravity pulls something faster, the air resistance increases as it's speed does, until the forces of air resistance and gravity are equal, making the object move at a steady pace.
you can increase air Resistance by adding more gravity and more air Resistance which is the push that comes from down to up and will cancel out with the gravity eventually!! sorry i thank i messed up hope i helped!
Theoretically, if there is no (negligible) gravity in a specific area, there will be no atmosphere (outer space is a good example). So, theoretically......there would be no air resistance.
It doesn't. The force of gravity depends on the masses involved, and their distance. However, air resistance can introduce other forces, that counteract the force of gravity.
Different air pressure, so there is more/less air resistance.
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Gravity and air resistance.
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Air resistance works against gravity when you are summing the forces working on the object in question; resistance in any form (generally) works in the opposite direction of the object's motion. Air resistance, specifically, retards the object as it falls due to gravity.
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Air resistance and gravity.
Air Resistance is a force that pushes up against gravity.
Well gravity would pull the body to the ground. The greater the surface area of the body the more air resistance there would be.
Then the downward force of gravity and the upward force of air resistance are equal, and the object's acceleration ceases.
They fall at the same velocity because acceleration due to gravity is constant.