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A baseball is thrown upwards from a height of 5 feet with an initial speed of 64 feet per second, and its height h (in feet) from the ground is given by h(t) = 5 + 64t – 16t2 as shown in the graph where t is time in seconds. Using a graphing calculator, at what time does the ball reach its maximum height?

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  1. tkhunny
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    Well, since we have to use a graphing calculator, you'll have to find one and then learn to program a simple polynomial function or this sort. You should then be able to use the TRACE facility to track down the answer.

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