Person A: The package will fall behind the plane

Person B: The package remain below the plane until it hit the ground

Person C:The package move ahead of the plane

Person D: The package location will depend on the speed of the plane

**Person B is the only person who has it right**. Here’s the breakdown:

**Person A:****Incorrect**. While the package initially shares the plane’s horizontal velocity, gravity pulls it vertically. It won’t fall behind but will follow a curved path.**Person B:****Correct**. Ignoring air resistance, the package maintains its horizontal velocity, staying directly below the plane throughout its descent.**Person C:****Incorrect**. As mentioned above, the package won’t move ahead due to gravity pulling it down.**Person D:****Partially correct**. While the plane’s speed affects the overall distance covered horizontally before hitting the ground, it doesn’t influence the**location**relative to the plane.

Therefore, the three wrong individuals are **Person A, C, and D**. Their statements miss the crucial factor of gravity affecting the vertical motion, while Person B accurately considers both horizontal and vertical components.