1. Measure or otherwise determine the time, t, the object spends in freefall. If you are working a problem from a book, this information should be specifically stated. Otherwise,
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This is a simplified form of the equations of motion (v=u + at) Assuming a stationary start, the equation becomes: v=at. Where v is the velocity, a is the acceleration (assuming Earth
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Take the number of how far the object is falling, then divide that by 16, and then square root it and then u have how long it takes in seconds for an object to fall. Example: How
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The speed is defined as the change in distance divided by the change
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