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It cannot go any faster. It's acceleration drops to 0 and the velocity stays constant.

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the greatest velocity a falling object reaches is terminal velocity


the greatest velocity a falling object reaches is terminal velocity


Terminal velocity is the greatest velocity a falling object reaches.


When THE FRICTION BETWEEN THE OBJECT AND THE ATMOSPHEREequals the force of gravity on a falling object the object reaches terminal velocity.


The surface area is the variable to determine how fast an object will be moving when it reaches terminal velocity.


It stops accelerating, and falls the rest of the way at constant speed.


The name for it is "terminal velocity". What it is depends on what the object is.



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The greatest velocity a falling object reaches is called the terminal velocity.For an object falling at the terminal velocity, the weight force of the objectis balanced by the drag force and buoyant force on the object.W + FDRAG + FBUOYANT = FNET = 0.0


every second the velocity increases by 9.8m/s per second per second


Zero. By definition, "terminal velocity" means that the object no longer accelerates.


When an object is released in a fluid is the drag force less than its weight before it reaches terminal velocity?


Net force and so net acceleration becomes zero and so the velocity becomes constant ie uniform.


Terminal velocity defines the point at which an object will no longer accelerate. When a falling object reaches terminal velocity, it will continue to fall at a constant speed.


The fastest velocity a falling object can reach is called its terminal velocity. This happens when the force of air resistance is equal to the downwards force of weight (gravity), so the object is in equilibrium, and thus reaches a constant velocity.



Not balanced UNTIL it reaches terminal velocity.


Terminal velocity is the velocity at which a falling body reaches constant velocity due to air resistance.


Before reaching terminal velocity, an object will fall faster and faster.


Terminal velocity means the object no longer accelerates; that means that all forces are in balance, the net force is zero.


That is called terminal velocity. How fast this is depends on the object's size, mass, and shape.


Yes, if it reaches terminal velocity, which is a constant velocity. When terminal velocity is reached, the downward gravitational force is equal to the upward force of air resistance, and the object no longer accelerates.





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