Which of the following ideas did Johannes Kepler propose? A. Newton's first law B. Law of Equal Areas C. Law of Universal Gravitation D. Law of Equal and Opposite Forces
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User: Exit Newton's first law states that an object traveling with a constant velocity will remain traveling at a constant velocity unless an unbalanced force acts. What can you conclude about an object traveling at terminal velocity based on Newton's first law? A. An object's terminal velocity will equal zero. B. An object traveling at terminal velocity will accelerate. C. The forces on an object traveling at terminal velocity are balanced. D. There is an unbalanced force acting on an object at terminal velocity.

User: Which of the following ideas did Johannes Kepler propose? A. Newton's first law B. Law of Equal Areas C. Law of Universal Gravitation D. Law of Equal and Opposite Forces

Weegy:
The idea proposed by Johannes Kepler is the Law of Equal Areas.

User: The phrase terminal velocity can best be defined as A. the velocity of any falling object. B. the velocity of objects with little mass. C. the constant velocity of some falling objects. D. the velocity of something falling from a train terminal.

Weegy: Terminal velocity is the velocity at which a falling body moves through a medium, as air, [ when the force of resistance of the medium is equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to the force of gravity. ]
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User: Exit In 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.

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In a vacuum, objects do not have a terminal velocity, since there is no air resistance must be true.

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