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Which equation would best help solve the following problem? Petra throws a ball up with an initial vertical velocity of 35 ft/s from a platform that is at ground level. How long will the ball be in the air? A. 16t2 + 35t = 0 B. –4.9t2 – 35t = 0 C. –16t2 – 35t = 0 D. –16t2+ 35t = 0

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  1. anonymous
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    @pinkbubbles

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    deeezzz nuts loool

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    loool

  4. anonymous
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    h=−16t2+vi+h0 vi initial velocity h0 initial height

  5. anonymous
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    D

  6. anonymous
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    16t2 + 35t = 0

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    so your saying its A?

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    @pinkbubbles

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    take another look at Deez's answer

  10. anonymous
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    its D

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    Deeezz nutsss

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    Got em2

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    YEEES

  14. welshfella
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    use one of the equations for constant acceleration s = 0 , u = 35 , a = -32, t = time s = ut + 0.5at^2 0 = 35t - 0.5*32t^2 35t - 16t^2 = 0

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    D

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    s = displacement , u = initial velocity, a = acceleration due to gravity , t = time

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