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Bunnie
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word problems are the bane of my existence..
You have been told to replace the flag pole located in the front of your work office. The problem is that no one knows how tall it is. You were able to find information stating that the rope used to raise the flag on a pole is 20 feet long. When the flag
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no idea how to get started
The neighbor kids were playing with a Frisbee and it has landed on the roof of your house. The place where you have decided to put the ladder is right over the air conditioner unit forcing the base of the ladder to be 8 feet from the side of the house.
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Please help
A baseball is thrown upward at a velocity of 36 feet per second from a height of 7 feet. The equation to represent the height (h) after t seconds is h=−16t2+36t+7. How long before the ball hits the ground? (Round to the nearest hundredth
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Need help solving this word problem please
An arrow is shot with an initial upward velocity of 100 feet per second from a height of 5 feet above the ground. The equation h=−16t2+100t+5 models the height in feet t seconds after the arrow is shot. After the
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need help solving this word problem involving the quadratic formula
A baseball is hit with an initial upward velocity of 70 feet per second from a height of 4 feet above the ground. The equation h=−16t2+70t+4 models the height in feet t seconds after it is hit. After the ball gets to its maximum height,
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Bunnie
Nov 28, 2017
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Thank you so much!!!!
Bunnie
Nov 29, 2017