Q: How long will it take an object to fall 60000 feet?

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Instead work on object, work is being done by the object during its free falling

Surely you're aware that a falling object accelerates under the influence of gravity. That acceleration manifests itself in the form of steadily-increasing speed, so the time required to fall 186 feet depends on how long it has already been falling. -- Immediately after it's dropped, the object falls the first 186 feet in 3.399 seconds. -- It falls the NEXT 186 feet in 1.408 seconds. -- It falls the next 186 feet in 1.08 seconds. -- It falls the next 186 feet in 0.911 second. -- It falls the next 186 feet in 0.802 second. . . etc.

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That's more or less the definition of a free fall - that no other forces are at work, except for gravity. However, you can get a good approximation even with air, if the object is massive enough and doesn't fall for too long.That's more or less the definition of a free fall - that no other forces are at work, except for gravity. However, you can get a good approximation even with air, if the object is massive enough and doesn't fall for too long.That's more or less the definition of a free fall - that no other forces are at work, except for gravity. However, you can get a good approximation even with air, if the object is massive enough and doesn't fall for too long.That's more or less the definition of a free fall - that no other forces are at work, except for gravity. However, you can get a good approximation even with air, if the object is massive enough and doesn't fall for too long.

yes, it would because of the disperse in weight on the object will allow less force to be applied.

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Instead work on object, work is being done by the object during its free falling