Data number | y | t | t^{2} |
1 |
10m |
4.28s |
18.31s |
2 |
20m |
4.42s |
16.32s |
3 |
30m |
3.78s |
14.28s |
4 |
40m |
3.50s |
12.25 |
5 |
50m |
3.19s |
10.17s |
6 |
60m |
2.86s |
8.17s |
7 |
70m |
2.47s |
6.10s |
The equation of distance as a function of time for a freely falling object is described, according to theory, by the equation:
since (^{vi=0 , }^{yi=0})
y(t)= y_{i}+v_{t}*t+1/2*g*t^{2}
Use the table for :
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