Imagine, we've colonized on the Moon! We're building huge Skyscrapers. And its easier in the Moon's low gravity than Earth's.

An engineer, at the top of a nearly finished Skyscraper, trying to join and tighten the last bolt of the building. But unfortunately he drops it!

Then what was the total time of flight,**T** for the bolt?

**Details and Assumptions:**

The height of the Skyscraper is

**H**.As there's no atmosphere in the Moon, air can't affect the motion of the bolt. So you can consider the bolt as a

*Freely Falling Body From Rest*.The height of each floor is \(\frac{1}{n}H\).

The bolt took

**t**seconds to cross the**Ground Floor**.Acceleration due to gravity,

**g**=\(10ms^{-2}\)Moon's gravity is \(\frac{1}{6}\) of Earth's.

......Hope you don't make a *Spontaneous* or *Random* choice......!!!

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