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IMG_20200703_121316.jpga) A large stone, initially at rest, falls from the top of a building. The stone takes 3.2 s to fall to the ground. For this stone, air resistance can be ignored.

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(ii) In the below Figure, draw the speed-time graph for the fall of the stone.
Label with an X the line on the graph.
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