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comment Understanding the math behind a falling object attached to a parachute
@Imray I have edited the answer it is explained, sorry for the useless explanation at first.
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comment Understanding the math behind a falling object attached to a parachute
At the beginning there is a Force that is gravity, until it reaches its terminal velocity, take a friction-less surface, and say a if a ball is rolling on the surface, at constant speed then, then the ball will never stop or go faster, since there are no forces acting on it but it is moving still.
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