Describe how air resistance affects the motion of falling objects

Posted on 06.07.2018
In normal air a bowling ball will fall much faster than a feather. Let the initial velocity of the projectile lie in the - plane. This holds true for ANY object in the absence of air, since the only reason fall rate will vary for a single location is due to air resistance. In many problems this is an excellent approximation.
When an object is not moving there is no air resistance or friction present. You have to look up something called terminal velocity. Calculating Carbonation Levels.
A learning community empowering digital witnesses of Oklahoma oral history. But in the atmosphere, the motion of a falling object is opposed by the aerodynamic drag. I don't see much options from the print screen, besides changing the font size. We are using r in the text for ease of translation by interpretive software.