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Missing homework template due to originally being posted in other forum.

(Neglect air resistance in all cases)

An object falls down from the top of a high overhanging cliff. How far does it fall in the third second of its motion?

I don't know which formula to use. I know that a=9.8ms^-2 and t=3s I think.

Apparently the answer is 24.5m. But I don't know how to work it out. :C

An object falls down from the top of a high overhanging cliff. How far does it fall in the third second of its motion?

I don't know which formula to use. I know that a=9.8ms^-2 and t=3s I think.

Apparently the answer is 24.5m. But I don't know how to work it out. :C