Eulster

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awarded  Student
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comment A freefalling body problem, only partial distance and time known
Unfortunately, I made an enthusiastic error while working on it... Using gt^2/2 for anything actually zeroes out the equation. Damn it :D
Mar
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comment A freefalling body problem, only partial distance and time known
Ahahah, I actually dismissed that one, I am uncertain why... Here it is, solved for $t$ and $h$: $t = \frac{2x}{g t_x} - t_x$ $h = \frac{g}{2}(\frac{2x}{g t_x} - t_x)^2$
Mar
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comment A freefalling body problem, only partial distance and time known
The obvious one is $h = \frac{gt^2}{2}$, but that gives me nothing useful, unfortunately.
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awarded  Editor
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revised A freefalling body problem, only partial distance and time known
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