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  • Last Updated : 02 Aug, 2018
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A bear falling from a height of 10m on the ground in the square root of 2 seconds. what is the color of bear?

We would advise you to think yourself before reading the answer below.


Let h ==> Height
    t ==> Time
    g ==> Gravity
h = (1/2) g (t^2)
or g = (2S)/(t^2)

So g = 10m/s, this is the maximum value of gravity on earth and occurs at the POLES. So the colour of the bear is WHITE, since it is a POLAR BEAR.

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