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using d^2(h/dt^2=−g+k(dh/dt^2, find an expression for the terminal velocity in terms of k and g? g is the acceleration due to gravity, k is a constant, h(t) is the height of the falling object, dh/dt is its velocity, and d^2(h)dt^2 is its acceleration. And can you explain your answer as well thatd be great!
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