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anonymous
 5 years ago
On Earth, Fred shot a paper clip straight up into the air with a rubber band, the initial height of it leaving his hand was 4 feet, and the velocity leaving the rubber band was 64 feet per second. Write the function. The paperclip hits freda on the way down, on her head. She is 5 feet tall. When does the paper clip hit her? If she moved out of the way, when would the clip hit the ground?
anonymous
 5 years ago
On Earth, Fred shot a paper clip straight up into the air with a rubber band, the initial height of it leaving his hand was 4 feet, and the velocity leaving the rubber band was 64 feet per second. Write the function. The paperclip hits freda on the way down, on her head. She is 5 feet tall. When does the paper clip hit her? If she moved out of the way, when would the clip hit the ground?

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