Answer to Question #24931 in Mechanics | Relativity for vikrant singh

Question #24931
its a fact that in vacuum any two objects will fall at same rate towards earth. if one object is bigger, then why it doesn't fall quickly, because bigger means more gravity,right? its like Jupiter will attract more asteroids than Pluto if there is a contest between them. but in earth, why do different objects fall at same rate?
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