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Justin and Pedro each launched a toy rocket into the air. The height of Justin’s rocket is modeled by the equation h = –16t2 + 60t + 2. Pedro launched his rocket from the same position, but with an initial velocity double that of Justin’s. Which equation best models the height of Pedro’s rocket?

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