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    AP Physics C: Mechanics videos completed

    Thanks a lot! This has helped me a lot to tackle through my APC class!
  2. This is a fantastic question but I don't know if I should base my answer on real world phenomena or from the perspective of a vacuum world. If you are talking about the real world where there is air resistance than Heavier object will fall faster but than again surface area of the object should also be taken into account. If you are talking about the vacuum word, where there is no air, Both object fall on the same time. It is similar to "Feather-Coin experiment" that is conducted in an enclosed area where it lacks air.

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