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ERoseM

  • 2 years ago

A ball is thrown upward from the top of a building 160 ft high with an initial velocity of 48 ft/sec. Find the maximum height the ball reaches. Position Formula is -16t^2+48T+160

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  1. Chlorophyll
    • 2 years ago
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    s = -16t²+48t +160 Vertex coordinate ( h, k) h = ...?

  2. ERoseM
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    I'm confused on what you mean?

  3. Chlorophyll
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    Do you know what vertex is?

  4. ERoseM
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    Yeas, but s is the position function so it looks like this right?|dw:1350177313835:dw|

  5. Chlorophyll
    • 2 years ago
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    Yes, vertex point in this case is maximum point!

  6. Chlorophyll
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    Do know how to find vertex coordinate?

  7. ERoseM
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    No, I guess not then, how should I go about doing that?

  8. Chlorophyll
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    h = -b/2a

  9. ERoseM
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    Thank you!

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