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We know that,the force by which substances are attracted by earth is #F=G((Mm)/R^2)#,where #'m'# is the mass of the substance.The more the mass of the substance,the more will be the value of the#'F'#.Doesn't it mean that the heavier substance will be attracted more by the earth and if any observer drop two substance of difference masses, the heavier substance will reach quickly to the land?How ...

We know that,the force by which substances are attracted by earth is #F=G((Mm)/R^2)#,where #'m'# is the mass of the substance.The more the mass of the substance,the more will be the value of the#'F'#.Doesn't it mean that the heavier substance will be attracted more by the earth and if any observer drop two substance of difference masses, the heavier substance will reach quickly to the land?How can we explain it with Galileo's law?

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