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Mr. Jordan Kushel and his cronies Abby Corbett and Alex Shoemaker have recently discovered that gravity accelerates at a rate of 8.82 m/s squared. They’re wrong you say? False! They measured it themselves! False again! It’s actually 9.81 m/s squared but they were within 9% accuracy! WOW! All they did was drop a ball from the top of a two meter stick, and measure the time it took to fall to the ground. Using a simple formula “square root of 2(distance) divided by time = acceleration” and just like that they came up with a wrong answer due to things like timing incorrectly or dropping that ball at different heights. However they tried! Great job guys!

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