__Falling Force Calculator:__

__Falling Force Calculator:__

Enter the values of gravitational force, GF_{(N)} and buoyant force, AF_{(N)} to determine the value of falling force, F_{f(N)}.

__Falling Force Formula:__

__Falling Force Formula:__

The falling force formula is used to calculate the net force acting on an object as it falls through a fluid, such as air or water.

Falling force, F_{f(N)} in Newton equal to the difference of gravitational force, GF_{(N) }in Newton and buoyant force, AF_{(N) }in Newton.

Falling force, F_{f(N)} = GF_{(N)} – AF_{(N)}

F_{f(N)} = falling force in Newton, N.

GF_{(N)} = gravitational force in Newton, N.

AF_{(N)} = buoyant force in Newton, N.

__Falling Force Calculation:__

__Falling Force Calculation:__

**Calculate the net falling force, if the gravitational force is 19.62 N and the air resistance (drag force) is 2.5 N.**

**Given: **GF_{(N)} = 19.62N, AF_{(N)} = 2.5N.

Falling force, F_{f(N)} = GF_{(N)} – AF_{(N)}

F_{f(N)} = 19.62 – 2.5

F_{f(N)} = 17.12N.

- If the net falling force acting on an object is 20 N and the air resistance (AF) acting against it is 5 N, calculate the Gravitational Force (GF).

**Given: **F_{f(N)} = 20N, AF_{(N)} = 5N.

Falling force, F_{f(N)} = GF_{(N)} – AF_{(N)}

GF_{(N)} = F_{f(N)} + AF_{(N)}

GF_{(N)} = 20 + 5

GF_{(N)} = 25N.