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H= 16t^2. To solve Round answer to nearest 10th of a second.

A stuntman jumped from a ht of 329 ft off a crane, onto a airbag. Determine the time of stuntmans fall.
Fall lasted approximately_______ seconds.

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    4.534 secs. not 100% sure

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