1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate the length of time it would take for an object to fall 10.0m if g were one sixth the value of earth's g. g=1/6(-9.8)= -1.633333333 m/s^2 a=-1.633333333m/s^2 displacement=10.0m[down] 2. Relevant equations Maybe one of the big 5 kinematics equations? Or maybe a=change in velocity/time. 3. The attempt at a solution I didn't have enough variables to use any of the listed equations. This is because the question does not give any velocity values and I don't know how to solve for them. How would you do this problem. Note: According to my book, the correct answer is 3.5s.