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Suppose a the tteacher's hand is 1m from the floor, and the teacher flicked a chalk upwards at 2m/s. How long will it take for the chalk to reach the floor?

I can't seem to use only one equation, it's always two equations or three.

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Suppose a the tteacher's hand is 1m from the floor, and the teacher flicked a chalk upwards at 2m/s. How long will it take for the chalk to reach the floor?

I can't seem to use only one equation, it's always two equations or three.

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BJ

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Dr.Brain said:

BJ

But to find the

I would vote for d= -(1/2)gt

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it is quadratic in t gives two values of t, the positive value is the answer.

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