Hello, I'm not particularly looking for the answers in this problem as much as I am looking for the method to the solution. It's been giving me a headache. 1. Traumatic brain injury such as concussion results when the head undergoes a very large acceleration. Generally, an acceleration less than 800 m/s^2 lasting for any length of time will not cause injury, whereas an acceleration greater than 1,000 m/s^2 lasting for at least 1 ms will cause injury. Suppose a small child rolls off a bed that is 0.40 m above the floor. If the floor is hardwood, the child's head is brought to rest in approsimately 2.0mm. If the floor is carpeted, this stopping distance is increased to about 1.0 cm. Calculate the magnitude and the duration of the deceleration in both cases to determine risk of injury. Thanks for any advice.