I just started learning about forces. Here is what is confusing me. First, they say that no matter the mass of an object, it will accelerate towards earth at exactly the same rate. So a car and a baseball would hit the ground at the same time even though their masses differ. However, they also say that A = F/M which states that if there is some force (such as the force of gravity), and acceleration changes as a mass changes. So a car and a baseball have two different masses. So one law states that their accelerations will be different from each other due to differing masses. And the other law states that their accelerations will be the same as each other regardless of their differeing masses. What am i missing here?