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Posted by Dave on Sunday, July 4, 2010 at 2:23pm.

An astronaut on a distant planet wants to determine its acceleration due to gravity. The astronaut throws a rock straight up with a velocity of +13 m/s and measures a time of 20.5 s before the rock returns to his hand. What is the acceleration (magnitude and direction) due to gravity on this planet? (Indicate direction by the sign of the acceleration.)

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