Posted by **Karen** on Saturday, February 21, 2009 at 11:39pm.

The gravitational force of the Earth acting on an object with more mass is stronger than the force on a smaller mass object of the same size, yet they both fall at the same rate of increasing speed (i.e. balls of different masses but with similar sizes fall to the ground at the same time).

Why?

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