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How does mass affect the motion of objects falling freely under the influence of gravity?

Have you heard of the Galileo Tower of Pisa experiment?
Mass has no effect, provided air resistance can be neglected.
A stone will fall faster than a feather, but that is because of air resistance effects (drag).
In a vacuum, such as on the Moon, all objects will fall at the same acceleration rate.
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