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When a raindrop falls, it increases in size and so its mass at time t is a function of t, m(t). the rate of growth of the mass is km(t) for some positive constant k. applying newton's law of motion to the raindrop results in dt where v is the velocity of the raindrop (directed downward) and g is the acceleration due to gravity. the terminal velocity vter of the raindrop is, uter-t-oo find an expression for the terminal veloc ity in terms of g and k

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