Employing the well-known physics formula `h=gt^2/2`

, we are required to display the theoretical time it would take for an object to reach the ground. I isolated variable `t=sqrt(2h/g)`

and inserted formula `=SQRT(QUOTIENT(2*B3,$B$1))`

, yet the values reaped were incorrect.

Source data:

- Expected valid results for
`t = 1`

to`t = 8`

are respectively`.45`

,`.64`

,`.78`

,`.90`

,`1.01`

,`1.11`

,`1.19`

and`1.27`

.

values reaped were incorrect"? Your formula isn't even valid, so you would only geterror messageand notincorrect values. Please provide a valid formula, the source data, and the expected valid results. – Ron Rosenfeld Jun 7 at 1:00Please provide a valid formula, theDo this by editing your answer. – Ron Rosenfeld Jun 7 at 1:15source data, and theexpected valid results.