1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A hunter on the ground aims his gun directly at a monkey hanging from a high tree branch some distance away. At the instant the gun is shot the monkey drops from the branch, hoping to avoid the bullet. Show analytically that the monkey made the wrong move. Ignore air resistance. 3. The attempt at a solution I'm at something of a loss here. I think we're trying to show that the time for the monkey to drop is less than the speed of the bullet. So I tried to solve for t in terms of h and g for the bullet, because of the t: sqrt (2h/g) of the monkey, but got nowhere. There are no units here.. Any ideas?