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The distance s that an object falls due to gravity varies jointly as the acceleration g due to gravity and the square of the time t of fall The...

 The distance s that an object falls due to gravity varies jointly as the acceleration g due to gravity and the square of the time t of fall The acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 0.172 that on earth. If a rock falls for 2 seconds on earth, how many seconds would be required for the rock to fall an equal distance on the moon?

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