Posted by **johnyoun** on Monday, February 1, 2010 at 10:33am.

the path of a rocket fired during a fireworks display is given by the equation s(t)=64t-16t^2 (t to the second power) where t is the time, in seconds, and s is the height, in feet. what is the maximum height, in feet, the rocket will reach? In how many seconds will the rocket hit the ground?

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Math B - The path of a rocket fired during a fireworks display is given by the ...
- Algebra - The height of a rocket fired vertically into the air from the ground ...
- Math - Two kids are building a rocket for science class. once the rocket is ...
- algebra - a water rocket is launched with an initial velocity of 112ft/sec. its ...
- Algebra - A toy rocket that is shot in the air with an upward velocity of 48 ...
- algebra - The equation that describes the path of a small rocket after it is ...
- Algebra: Quadratic Functions - A model rocket is launched with an initial ...
- algebra - The question I have is to solve the problem. A model rocket is ...
- Algebra: Quadratic Functions - if a rocket is launched straight up into the air ...
- college algebra - A model rocket is launches upward with an initial velocity of ...

More Related Questions