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anonymous
 one year ago
At a skills competition, a target is being lifted into the air by a cable at a constant speed. An archer standing on the ground launches an arrow toward the target. The system of equations below models the height, in feet, of the target and the arrow t seconds after it was fired. Which statement most likely describes the situation modeled by this system?
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The arrow is fired with an initial upward velocity of 2 ft/s.
The arrow is fired with an initial upward velocity of 4 ft/s.
The arrow is fired with an initial upward velocity of 8 ft/s.
The arrow is fired with an initial
anonymous
 one year ago
At a skills competition, a target is being lifted into the air by a cable at a constant speed. An archer standing on the ground launches an arrow toward the target. The system of equations below models the height, in feet, of the target and the arrow t seconds after it was fired. Which statement most likely describes the situation modeled by this system? mc0161.jpg The arrow is fired with an initial upward velocity of 2 ft/s. The arrow is fired with an initial upward velocity of 4 ft/s. The arrow is fired with an initial upward velocity of 8 ft/s. The arrow is fired with an initial

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