How does g come out to be 10?

# Found the answer

We know the formula s= u*t + (1/2)*a*(`t*t`

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We have u=0, and putting values (s=10,t=sqrt(2)) we get a or g =10 (because the acceleration that is making the bear fall is gravity).

*a*(`t*t`

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We have u=0, and putting values (s=10,t=sqrt(2)) we get a or g =10 (because the acceleration that is making the bear fall is gravity).