Motion with Uniform Acceleration
Though id post this one here becuase its partly mechanics so physcis based etc. This thing is im working with SuVat as in S=displacement u=uniform acceleration V=velocity a=acceleration and t=time. Ive manged to answer most of the questions I have on this work but have become stuck on the final one and was wondernig if anyone can help. The question is A stone fall past a window, 3m high, in 0.5s. Taking acceleration due to gravity, g (a) = 9.8ms-2, find the height from which the stone fell. It would be great help if you could help me out. The formulas I need to use are v=u+at s=ut+1/2at squared. v squared = u squared + 2as and s=1/2(u+v)t. sorry if it not clear.