Prove that damping force is independent of acceleration but it depends upon velocity?


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If you are looking to prove that damping force is independent of acceleration but it is still dependent on velocity, you seem to want to answer a question from an exam. If this is the case then you need to learn the actual information behind the answer to ensure that it actually sticks in your mind. To research more into this area and answer the question, you can:

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