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So we are using gravity as the force right?

help me

velocity is speed but with direction....

\[h=-16t ^{2}+v _{0}t+h _{0}\] this is the formula

I'm just have trouble working it out. so I wanted to see if anyone else could get an answer

Use the kinematics formulas in order to solve this with a= 9.8 m/ s^2

this is not that complicated. to solve this equation you will write: h=-16t^2+153t+25

You have all the variables given, except for t, which is what you're looking for.

Please post all the information in the question. Disregard my previous statements.

v_0=153ft/sec, h=0, h_0=25ft.

Just substitute and solve for t.

Yeah, maph... I said that a while ago lol.

\[0=-16t^2+153t+25 \implies t=9.7\]

I only took the positive value for t.

ok I was doing it right. Just wanted to double check. thanks for the help everyone

9.7 is rounded to the nearest 10th right?

Yes.