Physics question bout falling
posted by Aisumi .
Objects that are falling toward Earth in free fall move
a)faster and faster.
b)slower and slower.
c)at a constant velocity.
d)slower then faster.

There is a website you can go to call physics dot com. The answer should be there for you.
I think the answer is A according to what I read on that website I posted.
Take a look at it and see what you think?
The object has no interference when falling so it would seem logical it would get faster and faster. But physics is not a strong area for me.
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