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What is the constant that objects fall at in the absence of air resistance?

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In vacuum (that is, in the absence of any
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No, neglecting air resistance, all objects fall at the same rate regardless of their mass or shape. Galileo was right about this, as proved on the Apollo 15 mission to the moon. An
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The size of an object will affect the amount of air resistance that it experiences. The shape of an object will affect the amount of air resistance that it experiences. The greater
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Um. I think it falls at a constant speed of either 65 mph or 69 mph I don't rememher I'm no scientist. Source(s) I could be wrong. if I'm right I knew it all along if I'm wrong then
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