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2022-01-10

If a ball is thrown vertically upward with a velocity of 80 ft/s, then its height after t seconds is

Nadine Salcido

Beginner2022-01-11Added 34 answers

Step 1

We first need to find the times at which the height of the ball is 96ft

h(t)=96

Subtract 96 from both sides and rewrite in the standard from:

Divide both sides by -16

Factorize

(t-2)(t-3)=0

Using the zero-product property, we can write t-2=0, t=2

t-3=0, t=3

Step 2

Since the rock goes up first and then it comes down, the smaller time value corresponds to the velosity of the rock going up.

By differentiating h(t)using the power rule, we get the velocity for the ball

v(t)=80-32t

Substitute t=2, to get the velocity of the rocket at a height of 96ft while it is going up

Substitute t=3, to get the velosity of the rocket at a height of 96ft while it is coming down

Result

The velosity when going up is 19 ft/s, while comig down it is -16 ft/s

Mary Nicholson

Beginner2022-01-12Added 38 answers

Step 1

Set s=96 and find the times at which the projectile has a height of 96. t=2 represents the time at which the projectile is moving upwards, and t=3 downwards.

t=2,3

Step 2

Take the derivative of position to find velocity as a function of time. Find v(2) and v(3)

Result

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