Some "extreme sport fun loving person" wants to go bungee jumping. They're not sure if the cord
is strong enough to stop them from hitting the ground, but decide to jump and try anyway. The bungee
cord's "strength" is measured by its spring constant, which is by k= N/m.
The person has a mass of m= kg.
Here is a picture of how it all happens:
(1) The person gets ready to jump from a platform which is a height h= meters high.
(2) After falling some distance, y1= meters, the bungee cord begins to get tight.
(3) The person is eventually stopped by the bungee cord, a distance y2 from
the point where the cord began to get tight.
The question: will the bungee cord stop the person before they hit the ground?