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I would like a more thorough explanation on how to find "g". I see what was done, but I do not understand why.


How did you determined it from the parameters of the curve fit equation? 10 pts
I really have no idea what this question is asking. How were the parameters determined? The parameters of
would define the data sets only in the positive directions since time can't be negative and the rock never turn
What is the value of "g" for Planet X ? 5 pts
A= g/2, or the acceleration due to gravity. 6.550*2=g. Therefore, the value of "g" on Planet X is 13.1 m/s/2

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