Thanks for the reply, BigKLaxer
Actually, after posting on this forum, I forgot to check back and went on doing the question with what ever knowledge I have. And I submitted it already just now.
But I did somewhat similar to what BigKLaxer suggested.
Now I have another question; When an object is placed on the floor, it is experiencing a force F = mg by the floor, which cancels its weight, right? Then, if I let the object free fall from some height, when it hits the ground, it will still feel the same force F = mg, am I right?
How come the object feels the same force despite the different fall height? If that is true, how come eggs break when they fall 1 metre on to the ground, but not when it falls from 1cm off the ground?
Can anyone explain? I might be missing something here...