Main Question or Discussion Point
Was having a breakroom discussion today and I figured I would get an outside opinion. Anywas I have to projectiles/particles flying through the air and are unaffected by gravity. Both have the same drg coefficient, cross-sectional area, air densityetc. The only differences are particle A has less mass and it's initial velocity is faster than particle B with more mass, but less velocity. They are both decelerating due to the force of drag. There are no other forces involved. Will the faster object decelerate quicker than the slower object due to a higher force of drag? Will they eventually reach the same velocity? If they reach the same velocity will the particle we less mass continue to decelerate faster? I'm wondering if the inertia of the particle with more mass would affect this?