In the absence of air, why does an object with greater mass fall toward Earth at the same acceleration as an object with less mass?

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The acceleration of an object is only dependant on gravity so the acceleration for all objects is the same that is 9.8m/s in the absence of air resistance which is the actual reason why the downward motion of an object is slowed down based on its surface area, all objects would fall at the same rate.

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