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Q: n a vacuum, which of the following statements about terminal velocity must be true? A. Objects have the same terminal velocity that they do when there is air. B. Objects do not have a terminal
velocity, since there is no air resistance. C. Objects have a terminal velocity that is less than they do when there is air. D. Objects have a terminal velocity that is greater than they do when there is air.
A: In a vacuum, which of the following statements about terminal velocity must be true? C. Objects have a terminal velocity that is less than they do when there is air.
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User: n a vacuum, which of the following statements about terminal velocity must be true? A. Objects have the same terminal velocity that they do when there is air. B. Objects do not have a terminal velocity, since there is no air resistance. C. Objects have a terminal velocity that is less than they do when there is air. D. Objects have a terminal velocity that is greater than they do when there is air.

Weegy: In a vacuum, which of the following statements about terminal velocity must be true? C. Objects have a terminal velocity that is less than they do when there is air.
AlbertJA|Points 53|

User: Three asteroids have exactly the same amount of mass. The distance from asteroid A to asteroid B is 300 km, the distance from asteroid B to C is 400 km, and the distance from C to A is 100 km. Between which two asteroids would the gravitational force be the largest? A. Between asteroid A and B. B. Between asteroid B and C. C. Between asteroid C and A. D. The gravitational force between each pair of asteroids would be the same.

Weegy: C. Between asteroid C and A.
danimai|Points 1504|

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