Terminal Velocity (1 of 3)
- Terminal Velocity
- The velocity at which the driving forces are cancelled out by the
resistive forces. Terminal velocity depends a great deal upon the shape of the
object that is facing the direction it is moving. Once an object has reached terminal
velocity, the object is not accelerating (a=0), therefore it is not speeding up or slowing
down. It is a constant velocity unless the driving forces or the resistive forces change.
Typically, Terminal Velocity is only a possibility when you are dealing ...
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