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mighty_pen31
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Given f(t)=16t^2+80t+4 represents the height of a baseball after being hit.
a. Rewrite f(t) in f(t)=a(th)^2+ k
b. what is the max. height of the ball?
c. if the ball was caught at a height of 68 cm , how long was the ball in the air?
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mighty_pen31 Group Title
HELP! Given f(t)=16t^2+80t+4 represents the height of a baseball after being hit. a. Rewrite f(t) in f(t)=a(th)^2+ k b. what is the max. height of the ball? c. if the ball was caught at a height of 68 cm , how long was the ball in the air?
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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Convert the equation into completing square form!
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mighty_pen31 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
but I don't know how to do that, I didn't learn that at'l
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nice drawing..
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@mighty_pen31 , did you solved yet?
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of course..not, anyway, thanks for the help
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