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10- An underground shift foreman, walking at a constant speed of 1.34 m/s along a drift, is 1.07 meters from a point directly below a 136 kg piece of loose (loose rock) that starts to fall from the back (ceiling) of the 3.09 m high heading. Determine if the miner will be hit by the falling loose? (g = 9.8 m/s2 = 32 ft/s2)

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