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An object is released from rest on a planet
that has no atmosphere. The object falls
freely for 2.73 m in the first second.
What is the magnitude of the acceleration
due to gravity on the planet?

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    s = 1/2 at^2
    2.73 = a/2
    a = 5.46m/s^2

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