Weak equivalence principle, Physics

Principle of uniqueness of freefall:

The idea inside general relativity that the worldline of a freefalling body is independent of its, structure, composition or state. This principle, embraced through Newtonian mechanics and gravitation while Newton set the inertial & gravitational masses equivalent to each other. This principle is incorporated in a stronger version along the equivalence principle.

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