1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data As you look out of your dorm window, a flower pot suddenly falls past. The pot is visible for a time t, and the vertical length of your window is Lw. Take down to be the positive direction, so that downward velocities are positive and the acceleration due to gravity is the positive quantity g. From what height h above the bottom of your window was the flower pot dropped?Express your answer in terms of Lw, g, t. Assume that the flower pot was dropped by someone on the floor above you (rather than thrown downward). 2. Relevant equations Not sure where to even begin 3. The attempt at a solution Well I know that i need to use the kinematic equation that relates initial and final velocities, acceleration, and distance traveled, so that I can solve for h, but all the equations are including time in them and I'm not sure what I'm missing. Any help would be appreciated!