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The approximate distance,S, in feet that an object falls in t seconds when dropped from a height can be found by using the formula S = 16t^2.In 8 seconds, the object will fall

a. 256 feet
b. 1,024 feet
c. 1,084 feet
d. 2,048 feet
e. 15,384 feet

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  • math -

    mmmmhhh ?
    Did you try plugging in 8 for t in your given formula ?
    - remember you would have to square first

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    I don't understand what is the question mean

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    16 * 8 * 8

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