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Laws of Motion: Acceleration to be applied on a free falling object to reduce velocity to 0
Assume that an object of mass 'm' is falling to the earth.The force acting on the same would be F = m*g = 10m (assuming g = 10m/s^2). In this case the velocity of the object at time 't' = 10 seconds ...
Feb 10 '12 at 15:11
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