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How far to the nearest tenth of a meter can a runner running at 10 m/s run in the time it takes a rock to fall from rest 99 meters?

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  1. 99 = 4.9 t^2
    t = 4.495 s

    10 * 4.495 = 44.95m = 45.0 m to nearest tenth

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