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is this a physics question?

from your equation of motion, I see that the initial speed is 36 feet/sec

No, Algebra @arindameducationusc

How am I supposed to do that.. can u help me please @Michele_Laino

now, when the ball reaches its maximum height, its speed is zero, right?

from your equation of h(t), I can say that the initial speed is 36 feet/sec, and not 32 feet/sec

none of the above
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if this is algebra, you must be doing something like completing the square??
pls advise.

quadratic equations and functions @IrishBoy123

so
complete the square for \(h = –16t^2 + 36t + 9\)

oh my

ok not 1 sorry

\[\frac{36}{32}=1.25\]