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If a sphere and paper are dropped from 10 meters and the sphere hit the ground in 1.4 seconds and the paper hit in 2 seconds, why did the impact time in case of the piece of paper change in comparison to the sphere?
A. a=(WtR)/m;a=g B. a=(WtR)/m;a>g
C. a=(WtR);a<g D. a=(WtR)/m;a<g
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