Posted by **Shane** on Sunday, September 1, 2013 at 2:32am.

The relationship between the vertical height and the horizontal distance of a ball thrown at 45 degree is given by the equation y = x - x^2/50, where y is the vertical height and x is the horizontal distance. (a) Find the maximum vertical height reached. (b) Find the horizontal distance travelled.

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