(Solved):The following formula can be used to determine the distance an object falls due to gravity in a specific time period: d = (0.5)*g*pow(t,2). The variables in the formula are as follows: d is the dis… View Answer…

 

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The following formula can be used to determine the distance an object falls due to gravity in a specific time period: d = (0.5)*g*pow(t,2).

The variables in the formula are as follows: d is the distance in meters and will be computed, g is acceleration due to gravity and is 9.8m/s{eq}^2

{/eq}, and t is the time in seconds that the object has been falling.

Create a function named fallingDistance that accepts an

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