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July 29, 2014

Posted by **lori** on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 9:33pm.

- College Algebra -
**Ethan Miller**, Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 9:54pmthat isnt much to go on, but try this:

h(t)=-1/2(g)(t^2)+Vt+h

(g=32ft/sec^2 or 9.8m/sec^2)

V=initial velocity

t=time

h=initial height

im assuming that this question is implying that the girl is standing on the ground, so for "h" no input would be needed.

that function up there is quadratic btw, so you could estimate the roots to find your answer. And possibly use a quadratic calculator, id give you a link if it would let me, but you could just google it...probably not too terribly helpful lol but I was kinda looking for a second opinion myself so...sorry :/

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