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I(mass:80kg) sit down in the center of a trampoline and the surface sinks down by a distance of 10 cm when I reach equilibrium. How far above the ground in m must the trampoline be placed so that if I jump onto the trampoline from a height of 3 m above the surface of the trampoline I won't hit the ground?

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