A skydiver falls toward the ground at a constant velocity. Which statement best applies Newton’s laws of motion to explain the skydiver’s mo

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A skydiver falls toward the ground at a constant velocity. Which statement best applies Newton’s laws of motion to explain the skydiver’s motion? An upward force balances the downward force of gravity on the skydiver. The skydiver’s inertia is zero, which no longer allows for acceleration. An unbalanced force pulls the skydiver toward the ground. The mass of the skydiver is so great that there is no acceleration

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Khang Minh 3 months 2021-08-09T12:23:50+00:00 2 Answers 35 views 0

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    2021-08-09T12:25:03+00:00

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    The answer is (a.) An upward force balances the downward force gravity on the skydiver

    The skydiver is falling at a constant velocity because the upward force is balancing the downward force of gravity. According to Newton, the opposite force balance each other. This is stated in Newton’s second law of motion.

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    2021-08-09T12:25:04+00:00

    Answer: A) an upward force balances the downward force of gravity on the skydiver

    Explanation: I got it correct on my test on edge

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