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A skydiver who jumps out of a plane that has a forward velocity of 40 m/s. That means that the skydiver has a forward velocity of 40m/s. Ignore the air resistance.

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What difference is there between the downward velocities of the skydiver who jumped out of the helicopter (with no forward velocity) and the one who jumped out of a plane (with a forward velocity of 40 m/s?

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