Question

At time t0 = 0 seconds a rock is dropped from rest
(rock #1). One second later, a second rock (rock #2) is dropped
from the same height --- also from rest. What are their separation
distances ΔX and the differences in their velocities ΔV at t = 1
sec,

2 sec, 3 sec, and 4 sec?

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