DWQA QuestionsCategory: Gravitywhy does a book fall faster than paper
admin Staff asked 4 months ago

why does a book fall faster than paper

1 Answers
admin Staff answered 3 weeks ago

Paper can fall significantly faster once it is crumpled because the surface area that makes contact with the air is substantially smaller. There is absolutely no air beneath the sheet of paper when it is placed on the book. The two items fall at the same rate as a result. The name of this so-called force is called gravity.