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anonymous
 one year ago
You drop a ball from a height of 0.5 meter. Each curved path has 52% of the height of the previous path.
a. Write a rule for the sequence using centimeters. The initial height is given by the term n = 1.
b. What height will the ball be at the top of the third path?
A) A(n) = 0.52*(0,5)^n1; 0.13 cm
B) A(n) = 50*(52)^n1; 135,200 cm
C) A(n) = 0.5*(0.52)^n1; 0.14 cm
D) A(n) = 50*(0.52)^n1; 13.52 cm
anonymous
 one year ago
You drop a ball from a height of 0.5 meter. Each curved path has 52% of the height of the previous path. a. Write a rule for the sequence using centimeters. The initial height is given by the term n = 1. b. What height will the ball be at the top of the third path? A) A(n) = 0.52*(0,5)^n1; 0.13 cm B) A(n) = 50*(52)^n1; 135,200 cm C) A(n) = 0.5*(0.52)^n1; 0.14 cm D) A(n) = 50*(0.52)^n1; 13.52 cm

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