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The terminal velocity of an object in a liquid is 100m/s. What will be the terminal velocity of the object in the vacuum? A. B. > 100 m/s C. = 100 m/s D. Value cannot be attained

The terminal velocity of an object in a liquid is 100m/s. What will be the terminal velocity of the object in the vacuum? 
A.
B.  > 100 m/s
C. = 100 m/s
D. Value cannot be attained

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear student 
Terminal velocity = Drag force + Buyant force 
the simple answer is just plain "no". Terminal velocity is the result of interaction with a fluid. Vacuum=no fluid.
So, D would be tthe correct 
 

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