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Question: if a fordf150 appeared in the sky 79.8 feet above me, would I be able to roll out of the way before it fell on me?

While I can't provide a precise answer without knowing important factors such as your physical abilities, reflexes, and the exact conditions of the moment, I can give you a general idea to help you assess the situation. Assuming the Ford F-150 is in freefall, it would be accelerating due to gravity, which is approximately 9.8 meters per second squared (32.2 feet per second squared). Using the equation 1/2 x gt^2 where g is the acceleration due to gravity and t is the time for the truck to fall, you can estimate the time it takes for the truck to reach the ground: 1/2 x 32.2 ft/s^2 x t^2 = 79.8 ft => t^2 = 4.96 => t ≈ 2.23 seconds In this scenario, you would have roughly 2.23 seconds to react and move out of the way of the falling truck. Your ability to do so ultimately depends on your reaction time and physical capabilities (such as speed and agility). For reference, the average human reaction time to visual stimuli is about 0.25 seconds, and the time it takes to start moving after reacting is around 0.17 seconds. While it's not possible for me to determine your exact chances, considering the time constraints, it is essential to react quickly and efficiently to increase your chances of avoiding the falling truck.

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