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The formula y=square root 64h can be used to find the velocity v in feet per second of an object that has fallen h feet. Find the velocity of an object that has fallen 25 feet. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

v = √64h
plug in 25 for h:
v = √(64*25) = 8*5 = 40
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