# Practice Applying Free Fall & Air Resistance Formulas

Instructions:

Use the provided material to answer the next question
Use the provided material for the next question

Use the following scenario to answer questions:

A person weighing 70 kg drops from an airplane that is 1500 meters above the ground. After 15 seconds they have fallen 700 meters.

Use the following scenario to answer questions:

A person weighing 70 kg drops from an airplane that is 1500 meters above the ground. After 15 seconds they have fallen 700 meters.

question 1 of 3

### How far would this person fall after the 15 seconds if they were falling in free fall?

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### 2. What is the acceleration due to air resistance that this person is experiencing?

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This quiz and worksheet assessment tool is designed to help you measure your knowledge of free fall and resistance concepts. You must be able to apply relevant formulas in order to correctly answer each of the questions contained in this quiz.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When taking this quiz, you will need to:

• Determine how far a person would fall in 15 seconds in a given scenario
• Identify the acceleration of the same person in this scenario
• Understand the acceleration due to air resistance of the falling person
• Note the kinetic energy of this person traveling at free fall
• Give the speed of the person falling after 15 seconds if traveling in free fall

## Skills Practiced

• Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve acceleration practice problems
• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding acceleration due to free fall