The height of a ball after t seconds is given by h=80t-16t^2. How long did it take the ball to hit the ground?

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The height of a ball after t seconds is given by h=80t-16t^2. How long did it take the ball to hit the ground?

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when does h=0?
factor it out: 16t(5-t)
dont know it doesnt say. i copied the question exactly

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we know that anything times zero = 0; so either 16t = 0 or 5-t =0
when t=0 that makes no sense, so it can be disregarded as a false positive; lets go with t=5 and see where that gets us
so we mulity 5 x 5= 25 then 25 x 16
h = 80(5) - 16(5)2 0 = 400 - 16(25) 0 = 400 - 400 .... looking like a possibility
sorry i am lost if it is correct would the answer b 0 or 400
if the ball is dropped from a certain height, then t=0 makes no sense; but if we are starting the ball at ground level, and throwing it up, then maybe t=0 is an option
ok i get that
Since it does not state that we "drop" the ball, itd be safe to include 0 id assume.
at any rate; 5 seconds is what it takes after being "released" to hit the ground
k thank you

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