Function h(x) = -0,001x^2 + x.

A cannonball covers a trajectory that you can trace with *h(x) = -0,001x^2 + x*.

h is the height of the cannonball from the ground in metres and x is the covered distance horizontally

1a. Fill in the table

1b. What would be the highest altitude the cannonball reached?

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Guest Nov 20, 2018

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h(x)= y for the table....just substitute the value of 'x' in to the equation to find the 'y' value for the table

Example x = 0

h(x) = y = -0.001(0)^2 + 0 = 0

h(x) = y = -0.001(200)^2 + 200 = 160

Fill in the rest of the table the same way and you will find the highest value (given the values of x that you have in the table)

Post back if you need more help.....

ElectricPavlov Nov 20, 2018

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Best Answer

h(x)= y for the table....just substitute the value of 'x' in to the equation to find the 'y' value for the table

Example x = 0

h(x) = y = -0.001(0)^2 + 0 = 0

h(x) = y = -0.001(200)^2 + 200 = 160

Fill in the rest of the table the same way and you will find the highest value (given the values of x that you have in the table)

Post back if you need more help.....

ElectricPavlov Nov 20, 2018