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ahmed emad
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Why drag force doesn't Depend on the mass of the Object?
That's the air density, not the object's density.The drag equation suggests it's the object's density, cross-sectional area, and shape that affects the force acting on it by the air.
Sorry, yes, you're right. I'm not sure how I forgot that.That's the air density, not the object's density.
The drag equation suggests it's the object's density, cross-sectional area, and shape that affects the force acting on it by the air.