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  1. Wow, thanks for that in depth explanation! Makes perfect sense to me, you just have to think of the air like a liquid (in terms of the importance of density). Thanks
  2. Thanks for your response, exactly what I needed.
  3. I see, thanks for you quick reply! Just out of curiosity, what is the formula to detect rate of fall? My friend said the opposite was true, and I want to prove him wrong with math.
  4. Hi everyone, I am new here. I am a Junior In high school, so I haven't taken Physics yet (next year), and I have a question. If you have two spheres that are identical in every way except one is denser, which will hit the ground first if dropped from the same height on Earth (With an atmosphere)? Basically I am asking, does density affect rate of fall in an atmosphere. This has probably been asked before, but I wasn't able to find anything on it. Thanks
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