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An object falls vertically past a 2 m high window in 1/12 s. Find the height above the bottom of the window from which the object was dropped.

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setup 2 equations - one at \(t=t_1, y=h\) and another at \(t=t_1+1/12, y=h+2\)
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thank you very much! :)
I'm glad I was able to help you. :)
I was wondering if you could help me with another mechanics question?
you will probably have better luck if you posted these types of questions under Physics. I'll keep an eye out for your questions but please don't think I am ignoring you as I have other "duties" to attend to as well. :)
okay, thanks how do i put up questions under physics?
click on the blue "Find More Subjects" link at the top of the page and type "Physics" in the text box.
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