If you drop an apple from your right hand and a Bowling ball from your left off the roof of the bowling alley, they will hit the parking lot at the same time.
The apple may catch some wind to slow it down. The bowling ball will hit the ground first.
Now if this happened in a vaccuum...
Assuming both were dropped from the same height above ground, in a vacuum both would hit the ground at the same time. In a significant atmosphere (e.g. average ground-level on Earch) the bowling ball would hit the ground first.
An apple because if you put it on someones stomache it will want to move around more than the bowling ball would
The most massive one. That's PROBABLY the bowling ball.
Yes... Its not the weight but the force of gravity
A bowling ball and a soccer ball, dropped from the same height will hit the ground at exactly the same time.
a bowling ball
The bowling ball, because it's the heaviest and thus not as affected by air resistance
if we ignore wind resistance they will land at the same time.
Near the surface of the earth, all objects fall with the same acceleration; after any period of time spent falling, all objects are falling with the same speed, and have fallen the same distance. If there's any difference in falling behavior between two objects, it's the result of air resistance. If they fall through a region where there is no air, a feather and a battleship fall with the same acceleration. If they're dropped side by side, they stay side by side all the way down. This has been known for roughly the past 500 years. Right. The gravitational attraction is bigger, but so is the inertia in the same ratio.
Since the lightest tenpin bowling ball is currently 6 pounds and a table tennis ball is not even an ounce, the tenpin bowling ball is heavier.