A frog leaps from a stump 4 feet high and lands 6 feet from teh base of the stump. we can consider the initial position of the frog to be (0,4) and its landing to be (6,0).
the height of the frog in feet is given by the following equation: -1/3x^2+4/3x+4
1. what is the horizontal distance (x) from the base of the stump when the frog reached maximum height?
2. what was the maximum height

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