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Free fall motion is any motion that undergoes a constant acceleration equivalent to gravity
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A Free-fall motion is a special case of uniformly accelerates motion wherein gravity is only force acting on an object. It has the following assumptions : -motion is along the vertical -velocity is either upward or downward -weight is the only the fprcw acting on object -acceleration is always g= 9.8m/s squared (depends if the measurement used is in feet or centimeters. In which case, g= 980 cm/s squared for centimeters and g=32.2 ft/s squared for feet)
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