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But how do you calculate the falling rate of an object that is constantly falling, and then apply that information to find the change of altitude with respect to some change in time?

Let's say the body is already moving with a velocity ai+bj+ck and is at an altitude h (the object is outside Earth's atmosphere). It stops it's engines at time t1 at that altitude h. How does its velocity and altitude change after time delta t, or in other words at time t2?