In free fall we assume the acceleration to be constant Not
In free fall, we assume the acceleration to be constant.
Not only is air resistance ignored, but the gravitational field strength is assumed to be constant. From what height can an object fall to the Earth's surface such that the gravitational field strength changes less than 1.000% during the fall?
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