Posted by **Brandon** on Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 8:57pm.

Using h(t)=gt^2+v0t+h0, where g= -16, h0= initial height, v0= initial velocity, and t= time

A rocket is fired into the air from the top of a building that is 200 feet tall. The initial velocity of the rocket is 600 feet/sec. If necessary, round answers to the nearest hundredth of a unit

a) Write the height function

b) When does the rocket reach its maximum height?

c) What is the rocket's maximum height?

d) When does it hit the ground?

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