I've been out of practice for one quarter now and it's already starting to show.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've been thinking about gravity, and I wanted to find a "true" eq for freefall. (one that incorporates the inverse square relationship)

I instantly hit a wall, because I'm trying to find X in terms of T, from dV/dT in terms of X.

I can't even think of how to start this problem...

Any help?

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# My calc prof would be so disappointed

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