Posted by **Chris** on Monday, September 12, 2011 at 12:18am.

How do you calculate the gravity of an object?

equation needed h=1/2 gt^2

Solve the equation for g; g=2h/t^2

Set height is 2 foot, dropped small object from 2ft, timed at 0.3 seconds. Calculate the gravity of the object.

Is this right?

2=1/2*9.8 t^2

t^2=2*2/9.8=0.40

t=0.40^

Answer =0.64 or is it 0.64*9.8=6.26, answer being 6.26

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