Suppose a rocks falls vertically off of a 1300 foot cliff. Use the distance equation for an object in free fall, , to determine the rock's distance from the ground, in feet, after 7 seconds of free fall. (Enter an exact number as an integer, fraction, or decimal.)  ft

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Suppose a rocks falls vertically off of a 1300 foot cliff. Use the distance equation for an object in free fall, , to determine the rock's distance from the ground, in feet, after 7 seconds of free fall. (Enter an exact number as an integer, fraction, or decimal.)
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Step 1

Consider the given information

Hight of cliff= 1300 foot
feet
Rock is free falling it mean initial velocity =
sec
Now from the distance formula of free falling
foot
h ut gt where g = 32.2-
sec
1
Total travel time taken = 7 sec
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Hight of cliff= 1300 foot feet Rock is free falling it mean initial velocity = sec Now from the distance formula of free falling foot h ut gt where g = 32.2- sec 1 Total travel time taken = 7 sec

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Step 2

Now substitute these all value in giv...

1
h, ut
gt
2
1
h, 0x 7+x 32.2 x 7 x 7
2
788.9 foot
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1 h, ut gt 2 1 h, 0x 7+x 32.2 x 7 x 7 2 788.9 foot

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