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Acceleration Due to Gravity

As gravity pulls objects toward the ground, it causes them to accelerate at a rate of 9.8 m/s 2.

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Acceleration Due to Gravity

by Larisa Baker //basic
Acceleration due to gravity and why falling objects with different masses accelerate at the same rate.
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Acceleration Due to Gravity Section 3.10

by Jannine Tuttle //basic
Acceleration due to gravity and why falling objects with different masses accelerate at the same rate.
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Acceleration Due to Gravity

by Michelle Gallivan //basic
Acceleration due to gravity and why falling objects with different masses accelerate at the same rate.
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• Real World Application

Speeding Up by Falling Down

by Katie MacDonald //basic
Discover how to find the terminal velocity of a penny dropped from a skyscraper and whether the penny will be traveling fast enough by the time it reaches the ground to damage materials or harm people.
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Einstein's Concept of Gravity - Acceleration Due to Gravity

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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