A car, initially traveling at 90 miles per hour, crasheshead-on into a brick wall. Almost all the car's energy is absorbedby the crumpling metal of the car's front end. If you had tippedthe same car, nose first, off the roof of a building, how highwould the building have to be for the car to sustain the sameamount of damage as was caused by the brick wall?
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