# What is colour of the bear that has fallen

Dude
What is colour of the bear that has fallen from a 20 meter high
mountain in 2 seconds
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Coments,suggestions and aswers are kindly welcomed ::

## Answers and Replies

LarrrSDonald
I'm thinking what they're going for is that since d=(gt^2)/2 from rest, it implies that g=10 where ever this occured. This would then suggest one of the poles, hence white bear. However, last I heard g only varied up to 9.864 at the poles (from a twinge under 9.8 at the equator) so really the measurements must be somewhat off anyhow, probably more then enough to throw the thing out.

A 2 sec fall at the north pole should get you 19.728m, at the equator 19.5964, so in my mind the .1316 m difference isn't adequitly expressed as to make this a resonable problem. However, this is what I believe the aim it. Thus, correct the question and then accept my answer :-).

quark
Red Bear:rofl:

nnnnnnnn
My guess is that it has to do with the sea level of the ground at the base of the mountain...

coffee123
12

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