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#6

abdullahmag ONLINE (03/17/2013) []
more importantly, since when did either of them take falling damage!?
and scientifically, shouldn't hedgehogs have a nonterminal velocity when falling?
and scientifically, shouldn't hedgehogs have a nonterminal velocity when falling?
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anonymous (03/17/2013) []
Everything has a terminal velocity... Terminal velocity is just the downwards velocity an object must reach at which the downwards directed force of gravity is entirely counteracted by the upwards directed force of friction due to air resistance.
mg + .5p(v^2)CA = 0
Where m is the mass, p is the air density, v is the velocity, C is the drag coefficient, and A is the cross sectional area of the falling object...
Physics n' **** .
mg + .5p(v^2)CA = 0
Where m is the mass, p is the air density, v is the velocity, C is the drag coefficient, and A is the cross sectional area of the falling object...
Physics n' **** .