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Free fall

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Acceleration due to

gravity

Prepared by: JG Chavez for MCS

What is free fall

• Motion under the influence of gravity per

se.

What is free fall

• Why do objects fall to

the ground when

released?

Acceleration due to gravity

Slope = g = 9.8 m/s2.

• Hence=

gravity = 9.8 m/s2

since its direction is

towards the center of

the earth g= -9.8m/s2.

What is free fall?

• When you drop objects

of different sizes and

weights, do they reach

the ground at the same

time?

What is free fall?

• When you drop objects

of different sizes and

weights, do they reach

the ground at the same

time?

Theory of Motion According To

Galileo

• According to Galileo, all

falling objects accelerate at

the same rate. At a given

location on the earth and in

the absence of air

resistance, all objects fall

with the same uniform

acceleration. Thus, two

objects of different mass,

dropped from the same

height, will hit the ground at

the same time.

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Falling Object

Velocity and Distance

for a Falling Object

The speed of the ball is

increasing by the same amount;

5 m/s .

Throwing Up a Ball

Velocity and Distance

velocity changes each

second is the same.

Formulas for Free fall

• vf= vi + gt

• d= vit + ½ gt2

• vf2= vi2 + 2gd

Sample Problem

1. A bowling ball falls freely (near the

surface of the Earth) from rest. How far

does it fall in 4 seconds, and how fast

will it be going at that time?

• v = vi + gt

= 0 + (-9.8 m/s2)(4s)

= - 39.2 m/s because it is downward

d = vit + ½ gt2

= 0 + ½ -9.8 m/s2 (4s)2

= - 78.4 m because it is downward

FIN

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