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  1. Identify the relationship that ties acceleration, initial velocity, final velocity and displacement. That would be v_f^2 = v_i^2 + 2 \times a \times \Delta x .
  2. Identify the given quantities in the relationship above. We have v_i = -13 m/s , x_i = 23 m , x_f = 18 m . Therefore, \Delta x = -5 m . Identify the acceleration which is acceleration due to gravity a = -10 m/s^2 .
  3. Plug in the values to get v_f^2 = 13^2 + 2 \times 10 \times 5 = 269 m^2 /s^2
  4. Solve for |v_f| = 16.4 m/s . Identify the sign which would be negative as the ball is falling downwards. Therefore, v_f = -16.4 m/s .


Therefore, the object will be falling at the rate of 16.4 m/s when it is 18m above the ground.

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