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If air resistance is considered,time of flight increases

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  1. anonymous
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    True.

  2. anonymous
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    why

  3. LollyLau
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    It's pushing you BACK, that's why

  4. anonymous
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    Because the air acts as a kind of obstacle. Due to friction, it reduces the speed by a very minute amount. So as speed decreases, time increases. But this is a very negligible amount.

  5. anonymous
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    so shouldn't it decrease

  6. anonymous
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    No

  7. LollyLau
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    You move, air resistance is there.

  8. anonymous
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    Yes.

  9. LollyLau
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    Anywhere you move to.

  10. anonymous
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    It slows you down all the time, without you noticing it.

  11. LollyLau
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    Where there is air/some "air" thing

  12. anonymous
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    if it slows so it means that time has decreased

  13. anonymous
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    No, time and speed are inversely proportionate. So time INCREASES.

  14. anonymous
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    ok . understood . thank you

  15. anonymous
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    Welcome.

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