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A rubber ball dropped on a hard surface takes a sequence of bounces, each one 3/5 as high as the preceding one. If this ball is dropped from a height of 10 feet, what is the total vertical distance it has traveled after it hits the surface the 5th time? Be sure to account for both drop and rebound distances.
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A rubber ball dropped on a hard surface takes a sequence of bounces, each one 3/5 as high as the preceding one. If this ball is dropped from a height of 10 feet, what is the total vertical distance it has traveled after it hits the surface the 5th time? Be sure to account for both drop and rebound distances.
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yes..pls hold on..sure i will
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10 + 2(3/5)10 + 2(3/5)^2 10 + 2(3/5)^3 & 10 + 2(3/5)*4 10 = 10( 1 + 6/5 + 18/25 + 54/125 + 162/625 ) = 36 14/125
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