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  1. anonymous
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    A parachutist's rate during a free fall reaches 132 feet per second. What is this rate in meters per second? At this rate, how many meters will the parachutist fall during 20 seconds of free fall? In your computations, assume that 1 meter is equal to 3.3 feet. Do not round your answers.

  2. anonymous
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    Rate ? m/s Distance fallen in 20 seconds ? m

  3. anonymous
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    @hartnn @phi Someone Help Please

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    @Loser66 @ParthKohli

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    @texaschic101 Help me

  6. anonymous
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    So Ive gotten that its 40.23

  7. anonymous
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    If 40.23 x 20 = 840.60

  8. anonymous
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    Am I correct ?

  9. texaschic101
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    1 m = 3.3 ft.....so 132 ft = (132/3.3) 40 m per sec so at 20 sec....it is 20 m per sec I am not real good at these....so you might need a second opinion

  10. texaschic101
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    wait...I did that wrong....hold on

  11. texaschic101
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    40 m per sec.....so at 20 seconds, it is (20 * 40) = 80 m per second

  12. anonymous
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    Alrighty :)

  13. anonymous
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    I GOT IT RIGHT !!!! THANKS SO MUCHHHHH !!!!

  14. texaschic101
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    good deal....I hate these kind of questions...lol

  15. anonymous
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    Me too. They annoy me. I prefer they just set up the equation for me

  16. texaschic101
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    lol...me too :)

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