Kenneth S. answered • 10/30/17

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as in an earlier problem...set h=0 and find out what t > 0 satisfies that equation.

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asked • 10/30/17When a flare is fired upward at 58.8 meters per second, its height, h in meter, is given by the equation h(t)=-4.9t^2+58.8t. How long will it take for the flare to hit the ground?

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Kenneth S. answered • 10/30/17

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Algebra II EXPERT will help you survive & prosper

as in an earlier problem...set h=0 and find out what t > 0 satisfies that equation.

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