Q. 14.8( 25 Votes )

Two objects of different masses falling freely near the surface of moon would
A. have same velocities at any instant

B. have different accelerations

C. experience forces of same magnitude

D. undergo a change in their inertia

Answer :

Have same velocities at an istant because if u = 0, v = gt (from v = u + at)

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