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Why can you use the equations of motion for free fall?

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The acceleration is constant(=9.81ms-2) for free fall.

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Yes, you can:


s = height dropped , ut=0 if dropped from a stationary position above the ground and a = acceleration due to gravity, and t = time in flight

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