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Velocity of Falling Objects

Calculate the velocity of falling objects by using equations
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Channing Gorscak

on 10 May 2010

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Transcript of Velocity of Falling Objects

Calculate the Velocity of Falling objects You can calculate the change in velocity ( v) of a falling object by using the following
In thia qeuation, g is the acceleration due to gravity on Earth (9.8 m/s2), and t is the time the oject takes to fall (in seconds). The change in velocity is the difference between the final velocity and the starting velocity. If the object starts at rest, this equation yeilds the velocity of the object after a certain time period Equation for change in velocity: v = g x t
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