We solved this in class 4 months ago but I just can't remember the solution, or even where to start. I remember rearranging an equation. If an object is dropped from a height and it takes T seconds to hit the ground, how long will it take if dropped from four times the height?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Possible answers:

A. T seconds.

B. √2 T seconds.

C. 2T seconds.

D. 2 √2 T seconds.

E. 4T seconds.

Can anyone give me a hint without giving the answer?

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# Homework Help: Dropping from 4 times the height, how much longer does it take?

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