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Illustration depicting objects with different masses falling simultaneously to the ground to demonstrate Galileo's conclusion that acceleration due to gravity is independent of mass.

Galileo's Experiment on Falling Objects: Unraveling the Law of Gravity


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Question: Galileo designed experiments in which objects with different masses were dropped from the same height. Regardless of the mass, the objects appeared to hit the ground at the same time. What did Galileo conclude from these studies? A. An object falls faster than another object that has lower weight. B. The rate at which an object falls is inversely proportional to its mass. C. Acceleration due to gravity is independent of mass. D. The weight of an object is independent of its mass.

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C. Acceleration due to gravity is independent of mass.

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March 7, 2024, 10:58 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 7, 2024

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