Posted by **Leslie** on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 8:04pm.

PLEASE.

1. A frog jumps from a rock to the shore of a pond. Its path is given by the equation y=(-5/72)x^2+(5/3)x, where x is the horizontal distance in inches, and y is the height in inches. What is the frog's maximum height? How far had it traveled horizontally when it reached its maximum height?

2. A local bakery determines that when the price of a package of cookies is $12, it sells on average 220 packages of cookies per day. For every $0.50 increase in the price, it sells on average 10 packages of cookies less. Determine the price that maximizes the bakery's profit. Determine the maximum profit.

3.Find the quadratic function with the vertex (7,10) and with point (10,28) on its graph.

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