2. Suppose that in an experiment to find g, you drop a ball from rest from a height of 1.000 .005 . The time for the ball to hit the floor is
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2. Suppose that in an experiment to find g, you drop a ball from rest

from a height of 1.000 ± .005 . The time for the ball to hit the floor is 0.4517539 ± 0.0000003 as measured by an electronic timing device. Calculate g, including both the value and the uncertainty. Hint: Can you ignore the uncertainty on either of the directly measured quantities in your calculation?

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