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Homework Help: Pre-Calculus

Posted by Ann on Monday, September 30, 2013 at 11:15pm.

A ball is thrown up at the edge of a 364 foot cliff. The ball is thrown up with an initial velocity of 72 feet per second.
Its height measured in feet is given in terms of time t, measured in seconds by the equation h=−16t2+72t+364.

How high will the ball go?

To get how high the ball will go, am I supposed to factor −16t2+72t+364 or something?

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