The speed that things fall to the earth depends on two things, how fast they started falling and how long they have been falling. The equation for finding that speed, v, is:
v = v0 + a*t
where v0 is the initial speed something began falling, a is the acceleration or change in velocity is causing it to fall, and t is the time it has been falling. If the object is falling on the earth, the acceleration due to gravity is 9.8 m/s2. So, if you drop something off a very tall building by just letting it go, letting v0 = 0, then after 10 seconds, it will be moving at 98 m/s. The weight of the object only matters if there is air resistance.
gravity makes things fall just like what Sir Issac Newton said, the earth is attracted by you and you attracted with it......
No. The only reason that a feather can't fall as fast as a rock is because of air resistance.
all things fall at the same speed
very fast how fast can u fall
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When u think it geos away fast. And cannot remember certain things and if u do remember u fall and your heart beats fast
Things fall at different speed because they have different weight's things with more weight will fall quickly as the things with less weight will fall slowly.
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Not necessarily. It depends on their rate of friction, which impacts how fast they will accelerate downwards. This is why a golf ball or tennis ball will fall faster than a leaf or a piece of paper.
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