Posted by **David** on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 9:13pm.

A shingle falls straight down from the roof of a building that is 144 feet tall.

a. Use a vertical motion model to write an equation that gives the height h of the shingle t seconds after it falls.

b. When does the shingle hit the ground?

c. If the same shingle were dropped from a building that was twice as high, would it take twice as long to drop? Explain.

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