Tieria M.

asked • 09/05/19

Height and Velocity

If an archer shoots an arrow straight upward with an initial velocity of

128128

​ft/sec from a height of

55

​ft, then its height above the ground in feet at time t in seconds is given by the function

h left parenthesis t right parenthesis equals negative 16 t squared plus 128 t plus 5h(t)=−16t2+128t+5


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