Far(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{t}= v^{2}

Far_{t}= Fg

Therefore, Fg = v^{2}

Fg = weight

Fg = ma_{y}

v^{2}_{y}= ma_{y}

v = square root of ma

v = at

square root of ma = at

the a's cancel out and I'm left with square root m = t

m=mass , t=time , Fg=force of gravity , v=velocity , y=yaxis , ar=air resistance , ar_{t}=air resistance at terminal velocity , a=acceleration

This is obviously wrong, but what makes it so? As long as it is at terminal velocity and at y axis, in other words, uniform motion, there is obviously no way to come to terms with a relationship between mass and time, right?

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