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Mathematics, 09.07.2019 13:00, stricklandashley43

The time an object is in free fall is given by the formula t=n/2g. where v is the final velocity, g is the gravitational constant of 32 ft/sec sq, and t is the time of the fall. a skydiver jumps out of a plane at 6000 feet. how long did it take to reach the final velocity of -96 feet per second.

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