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As said in the title. The "Time it takes to fall after casting" is only for a title and should not show a time.

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  • Could it be the case that you do not want the word "time" to figure in this phrase? – LPH Apr 3 at 6:39
  • Also, what is the it that is falling? – KillingTime Apr 3 at 6:41
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    Your questions should be clear. In this case we do not know what you are talking about: casting as in an actor chosen for a role; throwing a stone; pouring molten metal; casting around for a solution to a problem? An example would help. If you refer to the fall of a thrown (cast) stone, do you refer only to the falling part of its trajectory (if the trajectory has a falling part) or do you refer to the whole trajectory, which may include an upward part. – Anton Apr 3 at 6:44
  • Yes, i refer to something like throwing a stone, and the 'time' is how long it takes to begin falling. – luven braven Apr 3 at 8:07
  • I also refer to the whole stone. – luven braven Apr 3 at 8:18

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