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Below is the rule for calculating the velocity of a falling object. Use this rule to calculate the rate, expressed in feet per second, that a piano, dropped 3 seconds ago, is falling.

V(t) = 32t

A. 192 feet per second
B. 288 feet per second
C. 96 feet per second
D. 3 feet per second

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    32*3 = ?

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    a 192 feet per second

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    96????

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