eviant:

Which explanation provides the best real-world scenario of the graph? If an object is dropped from a height of –16 feet, the function h(t) = –16t2 + 120 gives the height of the object after t seconds. If an object is dropped from a height of 120 feet, the function h(t) = –16t2 + 120 gives the height of the object after t seconds. If an object is dropped from a height of 120 feet, the function h(t) = –16t2 – 120 gives the height of the object after t seconds. https://dlap.gradpoint.com/Resz/~0.i3roONUTNlwyUA6.BnmBoWT6SXtrY0WxoHLEXpRDX6asC6i4UTZKke4HoiI/7234256,D49/Assets/questions/quiz/algebra_1/al1quagr/IMG11137x.jpg

3 weeks ago
eviant:

@Vocaloid

3 weeks ago
eviant:

@mhchen

3 weeks ago
mhchen:

Well it starts at 120. So the object would be dropped from 120 feet. It looks like B -16t^2 + 120 since it starts at 120, and it falls downwards.

3 weeks ago
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