anonymous
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a ball is thrown upward from a height of 100ft with an initial velocity of 80 ft/sec the height of the ball t seconds later is given by h=-16t^2+80t+100 (A.) how long will it take for the ba;; to hit the ground (B.) after how many seconds is the ball 150 feet above the ground. (C.) Does the ball ever reach a height of 250ft?
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@Schrodinger Do you know how to do this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
a) solve 0=-16t^2+80t+100 for t b) solve 150=-16t^2+80t+100 for t c) see if there are any real solutions to 250=-16t^2+80t+100 use the quadratic formula for all of the parts.

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