Solving the Last 3/4 of a Second Fall: Can You Do It in 3 Minutes?

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In summary, the question is asking for the total falling time of an object that covers 3/4 of the distance fallen in the last second of the fall. However, this question is not clear and should be explained more thoroughly. Additionally, it is recommended to seek help on homework in appropriate forums and show effort and understanding.
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The released last seconds of the fall of a body of the road 3 / 4 of fame is. According to this time how many seconds of falling down? please solve this so quickly . . . (in 3 minutes)
 
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can some body solve this quickly come on i need to help
 
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1) Your question makes no sense. You might consider explaining it more clearly.
2) We don't give people answers to their homework - we're happy to help, but you need to show some effort and understanding.
 
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an object left to free fall, take the 3/4 of the road in last second of the fall. what is the total falling time ?
 
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3/4 of the road? What road?
 
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an object left to free fall, take the 3/4 of the road in last second of the fall. what is the total falling time ?
I assume you mean that it covers 3/4 of the distance fallen in the last second.

In any case: Use the homework forums for such questions. And show what you've done so far.
 

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