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anonymous
 one year ago
FAN AND MEDAL PLEASE HELP!!!
The height of water shooting from a fountain is modeled by the function f(x) = −4x^2 + 24x − 29 where x is the distance from the spout in feet. Complete the square to determine the maximum height of the path of the water.
−4(x − 3)^2 − 29; The maximum height of the water is 3 feet.
−4(x − 3)^2 − 29; The maximum height of the water is 29 feet.
−4(x − 3)^2 + 7; The maximum height of the water is 7 feet.
−4(x − 3)^2 + 7; The maximum height of the water is 3 feet.
anonymous
 one year ago
FAN AND MEDAL PLEASE HELP!!! The height of water shooting from a fountain is modeled by the function f(x) = −4x^2 + 24x − 29 where x is the distance from the spout in feet. Complete the square to determine the maximum height of the path of the water. −4(x − 3)^2 − 29; The maximum height of the water is 3 feet. −4(x − 3)^2 − 29; The maximum height of the water is 29 feet. −4(x − 3)^2 + 7; The maximum height of the water is 7 feet. −4(x − 3)^2 + 7; The maximum height of the water is 3 feet.

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