# C-G8-12-16.0 | 2. c | SVHS- Free Fall Part...

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Predicting the time it takes a diver jumping from a diving board to the pool. Conservation of Energy (@ work) in falling objects. By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers How do I find how long it...
Predicting the time it takes a diver jumping from a diving board to
the pool. Conservation of Energy (@ work) in falling objects. By Mr.
Ramirez. Questions this video answers How do I find how long it
takes for a free falling object to reach a specific position? What
equation do I use to solve problems like this one? What information
do I need to know to solve for time? What can I solve for once I
know the value of time?
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Posted: 11-10-12

This video was very easy to clear and well developed, and the high lighting made the steps very easy to follow. In general, the math was completed very quickly and it may take several viewings to fully grasp the concept. The music in the background was semi-distracting, but overall it is a very helpful and informative video!

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Posted: 10-10-12

This video is a good example of a free fall problem. It would be helpful if the concept of free fall is introduced before Mr. Ramirez gets into the example. It also was a bit distracting that his work was going off the screen. Everything was coherent and easy to follow, but there were some things that weren't visible. Otherwise, this is a good video about free fall.

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Posted: 10-10-12

Mr. Ramirez's video is visually appealing. The way he highlights his steps makes it easy to follow the solution. Towards the end of the video, Mr. Ramirez's work was off screen. Because he did not state that he was multiplying both sides by two, it was easy to get lost.