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Why My Blogs Are Late

Zachary Denysenko

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This can simply be explained with kinematics. We can apply a free-fall vertical table here, because without the blog posts being accepted this quarter, my grade will be in free fall. Gravity is always accelerating downward at 9.81 m/s^2. Distance, (Distance from my bed the computer) LOOKS like 2,712,268,800 meters (its 3 meters, but were using my perception, Okay?) my initial velocity is 0 m/s, i'm starting at rest, laying down. I know i can move really fast, and there's no distance that can get in the way of my physics assignments. I move at 54,245,376 m/s, toward the desk (which, because this is free fall, is located under me not, alright? no horizontal motion here). I really knew i needed to get these done. The explanation for these late blogs comes now:

vf=vi+at

54,245,376m/s=0+9.81m/s^2 t

divide by 9.81 m/s^2

t= 5,529,600 s

divide this by 86,400 the seconds in a day, and you get 64 days.

It has been 64 days since the first day of school.

This was the first opportunity I had.

This is why my blogs are late.



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