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Hello everyone. I am a 9th grade student in Massachusetts. I am currently taking Physics. For an assignment, we are sometimes given problems to do on an online-test site called Webassign. I am having a big problem on one of my questions. For this question, we are given 5 chances to get it right. I only have one chance left to get it right and I REALLY need your help since this is the difference between an 83 and a 92 for this assignment. The question is...

Calculate a person's hang time if he moves horizontally 4 m during a 1.23 m high-jump.

AND

What is his hang time if he moves 8 m horizontally during this jump?

This is a two part question. I have already gotten the first part incorrect and used up all of my submissions. But the second part I have one chance left.

I keep getting 0.501 seconds which the program is telling me incorrect. I am using the formula for hang time which I think is...

t= the square root of 2d/g

PLEASE SOME ONE HELP ME IT IS DUE IN ABOUT 3 HOURS!!!!

Calculate a person's hang time if he moves horizontally 4 m during a 1.23 m high-jump.

AND

What is his hang time if he moves 8 m horizontally during this jump?

This is a two part question. I have already gotten the first part incorrect and used up all of my submissions. But the second part I have one chance left.

I keep getting 0.501 seconds which the program is telling me incorrect. I am using the formula for hang time which I think is...

t= the square root of 2d/g

PLEASE SOME ONE HELP ME IT IS DUE IN ABOUT 3 HOURS!!!!

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