# Abyss

Stone was pushed into the abyss: 2 seconds after we heard hitting the bottom. How deep is the abyss (neglecting air resistance)?

(gravitational acceleration g = 9.81 m/s2 and the speed of sound in air v = 343 m/s)

Result

h =  18.6 m

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