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In this example we have an object with 100 kg that's being dropped from a certain height (h), for simplicity lets ignore Air Resistance, by calculating the Gravitational Force (F=m.g) we would obtain the following: 98 N
Now lets say our h=100m, by using the equation for a falling object we would obtain a velocity of ~44,3 m/s at the instant moment he hits the ground.
On the other hand lets say we have h=10m, in this scenario the velocity would be 14 m/s
Each object has the same force, but different velocities. Newton's third law of motion mentions that for each action there's a reaction, meaning for each force there's an opposite force.
Now once the two objects hit the ground would the impact force be the same? Or would it change and be different due to the velocity? In the end is the Gravitational Force also the Impact Force?