A dripping water faucet steadily releases drops 1.0 s apart. As these drops fall, will the distance between them increase, decrease, or remain same prove it
As the time increases the distance between the two drops will also increase. This is because both drops are subject to the acceleration of gravity (9.8 m/s/s) and the first drop starts accelerating sooner so has reached a higher velocity at each one second increment of time.
Mathematically, the distance the drop has fallen is determined by the equation: delta y =...
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