If an object is thrown into the air, how can you find the total time it takes the object to hit the ground

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If an object is thrown into the air, how can you find the total time it takes the object to hit the ground

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answer: 2×10^-2kg

explanation: density= mass per volume

vol=mass/density

converting to s.i units we have;

3÷1000kg = 0.003

1.5÷100m = 0.15

0.003/0.15 = 0.02kg

time it with a stopwatch

Explanation: I have answered the same question before