Ok thanks!

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well when you substitute the given information you get an equation \[h(t) = -16t^2 +110t + 150\] so how high is the object when it hits the ground...?
it shoots up from 150 ft
@ganeshie8 do i make h(t)=0?
no how high is it when it hits the ground...it a simple concept...
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great so let h(t) = 0 then \[-16t^2 + 110t + 150 = 0\] now solve for t only use the positive answer... you could use the general quadratic formula
oh ok one sec let me solve it quickly
8 sec?
that's what I got.. well done

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