1. When is terminal velocity?
- When the air resistance balances out the mass and there is no resultant force
- When the air resistance overcomes the mass and the resultant force points up
- When weight is at its strongest and it overcomes the air resistance
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2. Which two forces act on you when falling?
- Gravity/ weight and air resistance
- Weight and Pull
- Air resistance and friction
- Friction and gravitational potential energy
3. The falling objects accelerates down because of its weight, how is the initial air resistance compared to this?
- There is no air resistance
- The air resistance is less- but still there
- The air resistance is greater
- The air resistance is equal
4. Complete the equation... Weight=
- Strength of gravitational field/ mass
- Mass x Strength of gravitational field
- Mass/Strength of gravitational field
5. As the mass stays level and the air resistance increases, where is the resultant force?