Mass doesn't effect how fast something falls, it is their size. This is related to air resistance. The larger the bodies, the slower they fall. ( This is what i remember from my science lesson)
Conductors is a thing where an electricity can flow freely while the Insulators is a thing where electricity is not allowed to flow freely.
The printing press and movable type. It was invented by Gutenberg and allowed books to be printed instead of hand written. This allowed knowledge to flow more freely and to a wider audience.
Gravitational acceleration. It is actually 9.80665 m/s² (acccording to wikipedia). This means that, as a body falls freely under gravity on Earth, it will be accelerating constantly at a rate of 9.80665 m/s².
having differnt advantage in our body makes us move freely
Now that the stalker has been apprehended, the whole neighborhood can breathe freely.
The acceleration depends on the force of gravity. Near Earth's surface, this acceleration is approximately 9.8 meters per second square.
No effect whatsoever. Any two freely falling bodies fall with the same acceleration when dropped in the same place on the same planet. That includes any two objects falling on Earth. Someone is sure to jump in here and point out that objects with different mass don't fall with equal accelerations on Earth, and that's because of air resistance. They may even go on to provide answers to other questions that were not asked, such as a treatise on terminal velocity. All of that is true, even if confusing. This question stipulated that the bodies in question are "freely fallling". Bodies that are falling through air are not freely falling.
A freely body is the body which is freely falling under the force of gravity i.e. an acceleration of 9.8 m/s2
Freely falling bodies
when the acceleration of the freely falling object is equal to the acceleration due to gravity then there occurs free fall.
Acceleration. A free-falling object falls at constant force, and thereby at constant acceleration.
Yes, the train spotters are allowed to freely train spot in various sports of the London Underground.
force and gravity