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rank higest to lowest air drag?
1)a 5lb lead block teraveling at 95% terminal speed.
2a 5lb styrofoam block at terminal speed?
3)a10lb styrofoam block traveling faster than terminal speed?
4)a 10lb styrofoam block at terminal speed?
put in orderfrom least air drag,2nd least air drag,greatest air drag and 2nd greatest air drag?

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    2 least
    4 second least

    1 greatest
    3 second greatest

    assuming you really want that order and it is not a typo

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