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ACCELERATION: TWO BALLS OF DIFFERENT MASS <br />
Newton's 2nd Law of Motion<br />
Both balls fall at the same rate called free-fall acceleration or g.  The acceleration g is a constant 9.8m/s² and is independent of mass, density or shape.

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ACCELERATION: TWO BALLS OF DIFFERENT MASS
Newton's 2nd Law of Motion
Both balls fall at the same rate called free-fall acceleration or g. The acceleration g is a constant 9.8m/s² and is independent of mass, density or shape.

Copyright:© 1986 Peticolas/Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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