Comment: Oh and need a do-over in math

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Oh and need a do-over in math

A=m/s^2 is "meter's per second squared". M=meter's i.e; distance, not "height"....idiot.
By obtaining proper per-pixel scale via the known width of the building, the program is then able to determine rate of acceleration. "height" is irrelevant.

gravity: g = 9.8 m/s/s, downward

Now I'm still waiting on the link if him stating 283m height... Doesn't exist does it?

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