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  • one year ago

One question, help please Amir pitches a baseball at an initial height of 6 feet, with a velocity of 73 feet per second. If the batter misses, about how long does it take the ball hit the ground? Hint: Use H(t) = −16t2 + vt + s. 4.64 seconds 2.94 seconds 2.28 seconds 0.08 second

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    help 0_0

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    @texaschic101 help?

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    that equation doesn't look right

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    thats exactly how it's suppose to be :P

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    probably the -16t2 is -16t^2

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