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A lander vehicle on a distant planet records the fact that it takes 2.86s for a ball to fall freely 11.66m, starting from rest. What is the acceleration due to gravity on that planet? Express your answer in m/s^2. I am getting -1.425, but according to the hw, the answer is wrong :/.

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  1. shubham
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    S=1/2at^2 11.66m=1/2*a*2.86^2 a=? you can calculate I suppose.

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    hi nikvist can u hlp me?

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