The function H(t) = −16t2 + 96t + 80 shows the height H(t), in feet, of a projectile after t seconds. A second object moves in the air along a path represented by g(t) = 31 + 32.2t, where g(t) is the height, in feet, of the object from the ground at time t seconds.
Part A: Create a table using integers 2 through 5 for the 2 functions. Between what 2 seconds is the solution to H(t) = g(t) located? How do you know? (6 points)
Part B: Explain what the solution from Part A means in the context of the problem. (4 points)
Can you pplease help mE??? @triciaal

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hi

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can you help?

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im sorry im not good at these types

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Hi

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@triciaal can you help?

- triciaal

going through the closed questions just did this think yesterday

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part A do the table

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- triciaal

fill out the table completely
look at the values of H(t) and g(t) and see where they are approximately equal then look at the "t" column to see between what 2 integers

- anonymous

I have no clue

- triciaal

what do you mean by that? did you actually read my response?

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i dont know how you did that, the graph and stuff. i dont know how that correlates to the question @triciaal

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@abb0t Could you help???

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i can help

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@lealealea222

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THANKYOU

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np

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she took the 2 expressions from the begging and substituted numbers 2 through 5 for t so u just solve and make the table

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begining

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okay i see that

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so now u just solve the equations and write the numbers in for the table

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for example for the first equation -16t^2+96t+80
ill substitute in 2

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-16(2)^2+96*2+80
-16*4+96*2+80
-64+192+80
208

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ok ill try, what number do i plug in for t?

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well i did 2 so u do 3 for t

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ill check it

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tell me when ur done

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-16(3)^2+96*3+80= 224

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yep so now do 4 for t then 5 for t after that

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ok

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what did u get

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-16(4)^2+96*4+80=208
-16(5)^2+96*5+80=160

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yep so now ur halfway done with part A

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yyay

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31+32.2*t is ur new equation so just do the same thing again t for 2 then 3 then 4 then 5

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-16(2)^2+96*2+80=208
-16(3)^2+96*3+80= 224
-16(4)^2+96*4+80=208
-16(5)^2+96*5+80=160

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no now use the equation 31+32.2t and plug in 2 then 3 then 4 then 5 for t

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ooh okay sorry

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sokay

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31+32.2(2)=95.4
31+32.2(3)=127.6
31+32.2(4)=159.8
31+32.2(5)=192

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good now plug those into the table

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how do i do that?

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it should look like this
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Yea, is that what i put for part A?

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yep

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well u also have to say when are they equal

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ok awesome, im gonna write that down, then can we do part B?

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when do u think they are equal

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between which 2 t numbers

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erm they arent?

- anonymous

not at that exact second (remeber t stands for seconds) but between which two numbers would it be. for example lets say u had 2 for one and 3 for the other at 1 sec then 3 for one of them and 2 for the other that means inbetween the seconds they were equal

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so between which seconds do u think they were equal

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H(t) 4 and G(t)5

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u just say between 4 and 5 seconds

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Awesome thanks

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Can you help with B?

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now lets do part b remmeber u have to explain how u got between 4 and 5 secs

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ok i got it down, now can you help with B?

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so what do u think it means that they where the same between 4 and 5 Hint:talk about what its about read the question to find what was happening

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It means the in feet, of projectile after 4 seconds, the same as A second object moves in the air along a path at 5 seconds

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yep good job!

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@lealealea222 before u close it can u do me a favor

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hello @lealealea222

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yea sure

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can u medal @triciaal instead of me

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um yea sure

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oh yea i see, she medaled you

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its just that i worked off of what he said so he helped first so he deserves it

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yea thats true, thankyou for helping

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np

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ok :)

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