What falls faster a feather or a rock?
Well, it’s because the air offers much greater resistance to the falling motion of the feather than it does to the brick.
Galileo discovered that objects that are more dense, or have more mass, fall at a faster rate than less dense objects, due to this air resistance.
A feather and brick dropped together..
Does a rock and a feather fall at the same rate?
The video takes Galileo’s famous experiment to a new level, where both heavy and light objects are dropped at the same time to see which will hit the ground faster. Spoiler: the answer is that they will all fall at the exact same rate. Though some objects, like feathers, seem to fall slower because of air resistance.
What has to happen for a feather and a ball to fall at the same rate?
What has to happen for a feather and a ball to fall at the same rate? You have to take away the air resistance. … When the air resistance is taken away.
Do all things fall at the same rate?
As such, all objects free fall at the same rate regardless of their mass. Because the 9.8 N/kg gravitational field at Earth’s surface causes a 9.8 m/s/s acceleration of any object placed there, we often call this ratio the acceleration of gravity.