Posted by **gomez** on Tuesday, August 7, 2007 at 11:46pm.

7. An object falling in air experiences a drag force directly related to the square of the speed such that F = Cv2 (where C is a constant of proportionality). Assuming that the buoyant force due to air is negligible, the terminal velocity of this falling body is best described by the equation:

(The terminal velocity is the speed at which the object is in equilibrium).

a.) mg/C

b.) [ã (mg)] / C

c.) mg / ã (C)

d.) ã (mg/C)

e.) C/mg

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**b**, Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 4:26pm
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