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this is a unit test in math we can not help with tests :(

what exactly are you having trouble with

she wants us to help her answer a test from k12 trust me i had the question before :(

actualy no I do not go to k12

if she asks about it in a right way, there is no problem to help getting to the solution

and I was asking if you could check what I have so far.

thats the right question

ok sounds good so what is the first question you have

the equation that I cam up with for part a is h(t)=16(60)^2+100(60)

I have the feeling that its wrong but I am not sure

**came**

ok well i got tagged in something im sure myko can help you so good day : )

just ask and we will see

the equation that I came up with for part a is h(t)=16(60)^2+100(60)

did I do it right or is there an error

Yes

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what can you say about the value of H(t) when the projectile hits the ground?

Remmeber that H(t) represents the hight of the projectile

So?

You there?

yeah I was just thinking

for t would you plug in the distance or would it you you leave t as t?

first answer about hte value of H(t) at the moment when it is on the ground

right, finaly :)

sorry, I am really bad at algebra

what does s represent?

Actualy it represents initial hight. So substitute s=100

and v=60 and you got the equation for t when it hits the ground

sry, got to go now

ok, so then what does t represent?

ok well thank you you helped me understand it more now