A ball is thrown from an initial height of
h=1 plus 25 t subtract 5t exponent 2
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yes it helped very much could you also help me with this ?
A model rocket is launched with an initial upward velocity of 202/fts. The rocket's height
Round your answer(s) to the nearest hundredth
Put 82 in for h
82 = 202t - 16 t^2
subtract 82 and put it in the right form:
16t^2 - 202t + 82 = 0
To make the math easier, we can divide everything by 2
8t^2 - 101t + 41 = 0; that gives us a=8, b=(-101), and c = 41 for the quadratic formula.
that confuses me a bit
Which part was confusing?
How do you get the decimal
Plug the numbers (a, b, and c) into the quadratic formula and solve.
okay so i got 12.205 and 0.4199 could you help me round it to the nearest hundreths and check if its right first please
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I got 13.02 and -0.39 (however, the negative value will not work in this case.)
could you help me set it up to get the right number for the square root cause i got -751 with positive 38 but with -38 i got 769 i confuse my signs when im supposed solve the 4*ac part
A ball is thrown from a height of
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okay thank you
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