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rudransh verma
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We know that the force of gravitation is F=GMm/r^2. The acceleration of the body of any mass m is a=GM/r^2 which we call g. So same acceleration regardless of any weight(ignoring air resistance). But when we solve laws of motion problems we take a downward force of -mg. So force depend on mass. Heavier body has more pull towards the earth. So shouldn’t it move faster than the lighter body?