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A quarter is thrown upward at initial speed of 64 ft/s. How many seconds until the quarter rises to 50 feet?

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  1. anonymous
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    i think that you divide 64 by 50 and then multiply the outcome by 5

  2. anonymous
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    Its a polynomial applications problem

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    never heard of one of those before :(

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    Its something like 16x^2 + 64x + 50

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