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A squirrel is resting in a tall tree when it slips from a branch that is 43 m above the ground. It is a very agile squirrel and manages to land safely on another branch after only 0.47 s. What is the height of the branch it lands on?

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Elena
Δh=gt²/2 = 9.8•0.47²/2 =1.08
h=H – Δh =431.08=41.92 m
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