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Gravitational force acts on all bodies in proportion to their masses. Why, then, doesn't a heavy body fall faster than a light body?

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Step 1

Given,

Two masses which masses are m1 and m2 where (m1 > m2) .

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Given,

Two masses which masses are m1 and m2 where (m1 > m2) .

Acceleration due to gravity is g.

ation due to gravity is g.

Step 2

In general we consider that heavier an object the more will be its density and...

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