An object is dropped onto the moon (gm = 5 ft/sec2). How long does it take to fall from an elevation of 250 ft.?

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  1. An object is dropped onto the moon (gm = 5 ft/s2). How long does it take to fall from an elevation of 250 ft.?

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  3. The answer is 10s. You're welcome.

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