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What do we call the motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting on the body?

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If the force of gravity acts on all bodies in proportion to their mass why does not a heavier body falls faster than a lighter body?

Because, in non-technical terms, inertia accompanies mass as well as gravity. Along with an increased mutual pull, the bodies have a tendency to remain at rest. The larger the
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Can you say that there are no forces acting on your body in space?

No; gravity will continue acting on your body. If there was no force acting on your body while in space (let's say an orbiting satellite), the satellite would fly out of Eart