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Homework Help: Math

Posted by Blake on Sunday, December 30, 2012 at 2:13pm.

A boy throws a stone into a lake from a 74 foot high wall. The chart gives the horizontal distance, x (in feet), the rock has traveled from Jesse and the height, y (in feet) of the rock above the lake.

Distance, x: (14) (24) (41) (55)
Height, y: (86.43) (91.36) (92.19) (85.75)

Write the equation that best fits the path of the rock from Jesse to the lake below.

I wasn't at school when we were taught this and the notes I have mention nothing of this. I am completely lost, can someone help?

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