1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Suppose you are climbing in the High Sierra when you suddenly find yourself at the edge of a fog-shrouded cliff. To find the height of this cliff, you drop a rock from the top and 7.00 s later, hear the sound of it hitting the ground at the foot of the cliff. Part A: Ignoring air resistance, how high is the cliff if the speed of sound is 330 m/s 2. Relevant equations V(final)= V(initial)- g y(final) = y (initial) +Vi(t) - .5 g(t^2) (Vf)^2=(Vi)^2 - 2g (Yf-Yi) 3. The attempt at a solution 330 = Yi + 0(7) - .5 (9.8)(700)^2 I'm really having trouble just getting past the first part. It seems like it should be pretty straight forward but I'm probably over thinking it.