Which function represents Hector's experiment? How do you know

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Nov 12th, 2014

The answer is c because the ball starts from ground level and has maximum velocity the moment it leaves his foot, the slows down until it reaches its maximum height and then falls in the opposite direction.  This follows an upside down parabolic curve as described by the equation in choice c.

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