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August 30, 2014

August 30, 2014

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**Calculus**

A car traveling at 42 ft/sec decelerates at a constant 7 feet per second squared. How many feet does the car travel before coming to a complete stop?
*April 26, 2012 by Izzy*

**Calc**

A car traveling at 43 ft/sec decelerates at a constant 5 feet per second squared. How many feet does the car travel before coming to a complete stop? i tried a few different equations, none of the worked. 43t - 5t^2 = 0 43 - 10t = 0 21.5t^2 - (5/3)t^3 = 0 maybe im not supposed...
*November 23, 2006 by Norris*

**Calculus**

A car traveling 132 feet per second decelerates at a constant rate to 60 feet per second in three seconds. A. what is the negative acceleration? B. How long after the brakes are first applied will it take to come to a complete stop? C. How far does it travel before coming to a...
*November 5, 2012 by Matt*

**Calculus, AntiDerivatives**

I need help with this problem: A car traveling at 43 ft/sec decelerates at a constant 5 ft per second squared. How many feet does the car travel before coming to a complete stop? I'm not sure where to start, i know how to find antiDerivatives, but i dont even know the equation...
*November 23, 2006 by Mike*

**Calculus Antiderivative Problem**

A car traveling at 46 mph decelerates at 21 feet per second per second. a). How long does it take for the car to come to a complete stop? b). What distance is required to bring the car to a complete stop? An
*November 8, 2013 by Claire*

**Pre cal.**

Determine the linear velocity of a point rotating at 25 revolutions per minute at a distance of 2 feet from the center of the rotating object. Give answer in feet/sec/ 25/60 = 5/12 revs per second Convert rev per second to rad/sec 5/12*2*pi = 2.618 rad/sec at a distance of 2 ...
*April 1, 2009 by Patrick*

**Pre Calculus**

If you are riding on a Ferris wheel that is 60 feet tall and it takes 5 minutes to make a one revolution, what is your linear velocity? A. 0.62 feet per second B. 0.31 feet per second C. 37.68 feet per second D. 3.14 feet per second E. 9.42 feet per second
*April 22, 2013 by Deontre*

**College Algebra 1050**

Assume you are on a planet with a gravity constant g (instead of 32 feet per second squared) and a speed of sound c (instead of 1100 feet per second), and that you hear the impact of the rock after t seconds. Then the depth of the well is x feet, where your answer depends on g...
*February 22, 2012 by John*

**algebraic reasoning**

the relationship b/w the distance d, in feet, required to stop a vehicle and s, the speed in miles per hour that the vehicle was traveling, is given by the equation d=0.0155s(squared)/f f represents the coefficient of friction b/w the tires and the road *it took a car 205 feet...
*February 23, 2008 by megan*

**College Math**

The posted speed limit on many U.S. highways is 65 miles per hour. What is this speed in feet per second? My answer was 5720 feet per second. The other answers that would be a possibility are: (A)3600 feet per second, (B)95 1/3 feet per second, (C) 5720 feet per second, which ...
*August 28, 2012 by Carol*

**calculus**

the height in feet of a rocket from ground level is given by the function f(t)= -16t^2+160t. what is the instantaneous velocity of the rocket 3 seconds after it is launched? A 32 feet/sec B 64 feet/sec C 12 feet/sec D 10 feet/sec E 8 feet/sec
*November 26, 2012 by Disha*

**math**

Below is the rule for calculating the velocity of a falling object. Use this rule to calculate the rate, expressed in feet per second, that a piano, dropped 3 seconds ago, is falling. V(t) = 32t A. 192 feet per second B. 288 feet per second C. 96 feet per second D. 3 feet per ...
*October 10, 2012 by lo*

**Physic Check**

These are questions I'm unsure about out of 20 for my submission #2. Someone please check soon. My answers have an =. 1.)A ball is rolling across the top of a billiard table and slowly rolls to a stop. How would Galileo explain the motion of the ball as it stopped? a)The ball'...
*July 12, 2010 by Ariel*

**Physics**

A sports car accelerates from a standing start to 85mi/h in 4.61s. a. Find its acceleration in feet per second squared. b. How many feet does it travel in that time?
*March 7, 2012 by Brent *

**Help! Calculus**

An elevator in a high rise building accelerates and decelerates at the rate of 1 foot per second squared. Its maximum speed is 8 feet per second. It starts from rest, accelerates to its maximum speed and stays at that maximum speed until it approaches its destination where it ...
*November 6, 2013 by Kimmie*

**calculus HELP!**

An elevator in a high rise building accelerates and decelerates at the rate of 1 foot per second squared. Its maximum speed is 8 feet per second. It starts from rest, accelerates to its maximum speed and stays at that maximum speed until it approaches its destination where it ...
*November 6, 2013 by Kimmie*

**science**

An elevator in a high rise building accelerates and decelerates at the rate of 1 foot per second squared. Its maximum speed is 8 feet per second. It starts from rest, accelerates to its maximum speed and stays at that maximum speed until it approaches its destination where it ...
*November 6, 2013 by Jenna*

**Physics Conservation of Energy**

A car traveling at 20 miles/hour stops in a distance of 15 feet when its brakes are locked. Assuming that the frictional force doesn't depend on speed, that same car traveling at 60 miles/hour will stop in a distance closest to a. 15 feet b. 45 feet c. 90 feet d. 135 feet My ...
*June 13, 2011 by Casey*

**Math**

The time a object is in freed all is given by the formula t= v/2g where v is the final velocity, g is the gravitational constant of 32 ft/ sec squared, and t is for time of the fall. A sky diver jumps out of a plane at 6000 feet. How long did it take to reach the final ...
*August 28, 2012 by Madelyn Santiago*

**PHYSICS**

A car traveling at a constant velocity of 30.0 m/sec passes an intersection at time t=0. 45 seconds later a second car passes the same intersection and its traveling in the same direction at a constant velocity of 55 m/sec. when does the second car overtake the first car? how ...
*October 16, 2011 by Daniel*

**PHYSICS**

a car traveling at a constant velocity of 30 m/sec passes an intersection at time t=0 45 seconds later a second car passes the same intersection and its traveling in the same direction at a constant velocity of 55 m/sec. when does the second car overtake the first car? how far...
*October 17, 2011 by PHY*

**math**

Two professional drag racers are speeding down a 1/4-mile track. If the lead driver is traveling 1.738 feet for every 1.670 feet that the trailing car travels, and if the trailing car is going 198 miles per hour, how fast in miles per hour is the lead car traveling?
*October 13, 2009 by Bob*

**Calculus**

A ladder 15 feet long is leaning against a building so that end X is on level ground and end Y is on the wall. Point 0 is where the wall meets the ground. X is moving away from the building at a constant rate of 1/2 foot per second. (a.) Find the rate in feet per second at ...
*February 5, 2012 by Amy*

**Calc**

A rock is thrown upwards (vertically) from the ground with an initial velocity of 40 feet per second. If acceleration due to gravity is -10 feet per second squared, how high will the rock go?
*January 8, 2013 by Joe*

**calculus**

A stone is thrown straight down from the edge of a roof, 750 feet above the ground, at a speed of 7 feet per second. A. Remembering that the acceleration due to gravity is -32 feet per second squared, how high is the stone 5 seconds later? B. At what time does the stone hit ...
*April 26, 2012 by zac*

**Alegra 2**

A baseball is hit at a point of 3 feet above ground at a velocity of 100 feet per second and an angle of 45 degrees. The path of the baseball is h(x)= -0.0032(x-156.25)squared+87, where x and h(x) are measured in feet. A. what is the baseball's maximium height? B. will the ...
*October 23, 2011 by Emily*

**math**

A stone is thrown straight up from the edge of a roof, 700 feet above the ground, at a speed of 10 feet per second. (A). Remembering that the acceleration due to gravity is -32 feet per second squared, how high is the stone 2 seconds later? Don't forget to enter correct units...
*October 7, 2010 by Viky*

**Physics**

As a traffic light turns green, a waiting car starts with a constant acceleration of 6.0 m/second squared. At the instant the car begins to accelerate, a truck with the constant velocity of 21 m/ second squared passes in the next lane. HINT:Set the 2 distance equations equal ...
*September 17, 2008 by Brandon*

**math**

1. A baseball diamond is a square with a distance of 90 feet between the bases. A runner is running from first base to second at the constant rate of 20 feet per second. How fast is the distance between the runner and the catcher changing when the runner is halfway from first ...
*October 9, 2011 by Eun*

**calculus**

017 10.0 points Lance Armstrong is moving with speed 35 feet/sec and acceleration 4 feet/sec2 when he crosses the starting line of a stage in the Tour de France. Use a degree two Taylor polynomial T2(t) to estimate how far he travels in the next second. 1. distance = 38 feet 2...
*September 30, 2010 by Bob*

**Math**

The distance require to stop a car varies directly as the square of its speed. If 250 feet are required to stop a car traveling 60 miles per hour, how many feet are required to stop a car traveling 96 miles per hour!
*May 8, 2014 by Angela*

**physics**

An object traveling 200 feet per second slows to 50 feet per second in 5 seconds. Calculate the acceleration of the object.
*March 28, 2011 by j*

**science**

A science student drops a rok down a mine shaft. It takes 3 sec. for the rock to hit the bottom of the shaft , at what speed of the rock just before impact? 32 feet per second per second is the acceleration rate of earth. At the end of second 1 the speed is 32 feet per second...
*October 24, 2006 by pat*

**calculus**

At t=0 , a particle starts at the origin with a velocity of 6 feet per second and moves along the x-axis in such a way that at time t its acceleration is 12t^2 feet per second per second. Through how many feet does the particle move during the first 2 seconds?
*February 19, 2012 by illy*

**Math**

If 60 miles per hour is equivalent to a speed of 88 feet per second, express a speed of 45 miles per hour in feet per second. feet/sec
*May 18, 2008 by Mike*

**inter Alegbra**

Pick a car and find its top speed. Assuming that your chosen car reaches its top speed at the top of a ramp, leaving the ramp vertically 20 feet about the ground: 1.) When will the car land back on the ground? 2.) When would the car be traveling the fastest? 3.) When would the...
*November 14, 2010 by linda*

**math**

IF HOCKEYPUCK TOOK 0.8 SEC TO TRAVEL 89 FEET TO THE GOAL LINE,FIND THE AVERAGE SPEED OF THE PUCK IN FEET PER SECOND
*December 29, 2011 by SAHIL*

**Calc**

t(sec) | 0 | 2 | 4 | 6 | 8 | ____________|_____|_____|_____|____|_____| a(t) (ft/sec˛) | 2 | 3 | 4 | 3 | 2 | The table for the acceleration of a particle from 0 to 8 seconds is given in the table above. If the velocity at t=0 is 4 feet per second, the approximation value of ...
*January 2, 2011 by Erica*

**10th grade**

Suppose that a kid was casually sledding down a gentle slopping hill going 6 feet per second. Then, he hit a steeper part of the hill and started accelerating at a rate of 1.2 feet/second squared. At the bottom of the steep part of the hill he was going 10.56 feet/second. How ...
*December 9, 2010 by Anna*

**math**

According to Richard Graham in "SR-71 Revealed: The Inside Story", the Lockheed SR-71 Reconnaissance plane accelerates from a standing start to a speed of Mach 3 (3 times the speed of sound) "in about 14 minutes". (During that time it also climbs to an altitude of about 70,000...
*February 2, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Calculus**

ccording to Richard Graham in "SR-71 Revealed: The Inside Story", the Lockheed SR-71 Reconnaissance plane accelerates from a standing start to a speed of Mach 3 (3 times the speed of sound) "in about 14 minutes". (During that time it also climbs to an altitude of about 70,000 ...
*February 3, 2011 by Anonymous*

**algebra 2**

2. In 1971, astronaut Allen Shepard hit a golf ball on the moon, the path of a golf ball hit at an angle of 45 degrees and with a speed of 100ft per second can be modeled by g y= - ----------xsquared( 2 ) + x 10,000 where x is the ball's horizontal position (in feet), y is ...
*January 21, 2014 by kalum*

**geometry**

A sandpit in the shape of a rectangular prism has length 7 feet, width 5 feet, and height 1.75 feet. It is filled to the brim with sand. Joe puts this sand into a second sandpit having the same shape but a larger base. He needs 17.5 cubic feet of sand to fill the extra space ...
*April 2, 2012 by Jack*

**Geometry **

A sandpit in the shape of a rectangular prism has length 7 feet, width 5 feet, and height 1.75 feet. It is filled to the brim with sand. Joe puts this sand into a second sandpit having the same shape but a larger base. He needs 17.5 cubic feet of sand to fill the extra space ...
*April 4, 2012 by Frank*

**physics**

a car traveling at 43m/s decelerates at a rate of 7.1 m/s squared. how long did it take the car to stop? what distance did the car travel while stopping?
*March 27, 2014 by ben*

**Calculus1**

A car braked with constant deceleration of 16 ft/sec^2 takes 200 ft to come to a complete stop. How fast was the car traveling when the breaks were first applied? A) if the brakes were first applied when t = 0 at position s(0) = 0, the initial velocity is an unknown, say V. ...
*April 9, 2014 by ACDub*

**Word Problem, math.**

A police car traveling 100 ft/sec is chasing a car being driven erratically at 75 ft/sec. If the police car is 300 feet behind the other vehicle when the chase began, about how many seconds will it take to catch the erratic driver? I think I know how to solve this, but I want ...
*September 5, 2010 by Arie*

**Math Models**

The distance needed to stop a car (d) varies directly with the aquare of the speed of the car (s). If a car traveling 25 mph requires 0 feet to stop, how many feet will be required to stop a car that is traveling at 60 mph?
*June 13, 2012 by Andre*

**physics**

Suppose a radar gun on first base catches a baseball 30 feet away from the pitcher and registers 50 feet per second. How fast is the ball really traveling?
*January 25, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

a roller coaster, traveling with an initial speed of 15 meters per second, decelerates uniformly at -7.0 meters per second Squared to a full stop. Approximately how far does the roller coaster travel during its deceleration?
*September 17, 2010 by Ron*

**math**

A major leaugue baseball player hits a ball 3 feet above the ground with a velocity of 103 feet per second in the direction of a 10 foot wall that is 300 feet from home plate. If the hit is at an angle of elevation of 34 degrees and there is wind blowing 22 feet per second in ...
*May 14, 2013 by Chris*

**math**

A major leaugue baseball player hits a ball 3 feet above the ground with a velocity of 103 feet per second in the direction of a 10 foot wall that is 300 feet from home plate. If the hit is at an angle of elevation of 34 degrees and there is wind blowing 22 feet per second in ...
*May 14, 2013 by Chris*

**calculus**

A hollow cone has height 5 feet and base diameter 4 feet. The vertex of the cone is pointed down so that it can serve as a container. Water is poured into the cone at the rate 3/2 cubic feet per second. At what rate (in feet per second) is the depth of the water increasing ...
*March 5, 2011 by Tori *

**Algebra **

Terrance skated 8 feet in 4 seconds at a constant rate how fast did he skate in feet per second
*December 10, 2012 by Casey*

**Algebra 1**

A car travels on a highway at an average speed of 65 miles per hour. What was the speed in feet per second? (Remember- 1 mile=5280 feet)
*January 24, 2013 by Dani*

**Calculus**

a ladder is 20 feet long and its top is slidding at a constant rate of 2 feet per second. How fast is the bottom of the ladder moving along the ground when the bottom is 16 feet from the wall?
*February 22, 2012 by Stacy*

**calculus**

A ball is dropped from the top of a building. The height, , of the ball above the ground (in feet) is given as a function of time, , (in seconds) by y = 1640 - 16t^2 y'= -32t When does the ball hit the ground, and how fast is it going at that time? Give your answer in feet per...
*November 14, 2010 by Ashley*

**Math**

A car moves along a straight road in such a way that its velocity (in feet per second) at any time t (in seconds) is given by v(t) = 3t sqrt(64−t^2) (0 ≤ t ≤ 8). Find the distance traveled by the car in the 8 sec from t = 0 to t = 8.
*April 14, 2014 by Vanessa*

**Calculus**

A car traveling at 72 mph starts braking and decelerates at a constant rate. the car takes 1/9 of a mile to stop. Find, to the nearest half-second, how long it took the car to cover the 1/9 of a mile. I don't need the whole thing done. Just don't know how to start!
*February 16, 2014 by Anonomous*

**Calculus**

A ball is dropped from the top of a building. The height, , of the ball above the ground (in feet) is given as a function of time, , (in seconds) by y = 1640 - 16t^2 y'= -32t When does the ball hit the ground, and how fast is it going at that time? Give your answer in feet ...
*November 14, 2010 by Ashley*

**math**

not understanding this assignment, it ask, terrence skated 8 feet in 4 seconds at a constant rate, how fast did he skate in feet per second
*January 25, 2012 by cain*

**Calculas**

A boat is pulled into a dock by means of a winch 12 feet above the deck of the boat. The winch pulls in rope at a rate of 4 feet per second. Determine the speed of the boat when there is 37 feet of rope out. ft/sec??? can someone please tell me which formula to use??? Thanks
*February 15, 2012 by Anonymous*

**algebra I**

drop a ball at 30000 feet at 30 feet per second and a ball bounces up at 40 feet per second what height do they meet and what speed
*February 16, 2014 by jon*

**math**

a baseball is hit with an initial velocity of 75 feet per second from the height of 3 feet. The function h(t)=-16t squared + 75t + 3 models the path of the baseball where t represents the time in seconds that the ball has been traveling and h represents the height of the ball ...
*March 14, 2012 by fee*

**Math**

If a boat travels at 5 miles per hour, how many feet per second does it travel? Round your answer to two decimal places if necessary. 26400 feet per second
*November 15, 2013 by Alan*

**calc**

a) A car is traveling at 50 mi/h when the brakes are fully applied, producing a constant deceleration of 40 ft/s^2. What is the distance covered before the car comes to a stop? b) A car braked with a constant deceleration of 40 ft/s^2 and produced skid marks measuring 160 feet...
*November 22, 2009 by Jill*

**Calc**

A car is moving at 40 mi/h along a straight line when the driver sees a light turn red. She hits the brakes when she is 100 ft from the light and decelerates at the rate of 16 ft per second squared. How far does she travel before stopping? Choose the whole number that is ...
*January 20, 2013 by Sean*

**Algebra**

The stopping distance D in feet for a car traveling at x miles per hour is given by d(x)= (1/12)x^2+(11/9)x. Determine the driving speeds that correspond to stopping distances between 300 and 500 feet, inclusive. Round speeds to the nearest mile per hour.
*June 9, 2013 by Kaitlyn*

**algebra**

romeao and julette first saw each other 270 feet apart.Romeao ran towards julette at a rate of 16 feet per sec, at the same moment jullette began running towards Romeo at a rate of 14 feet per sec. how many seconds until they meet how far did romeao run Im not a 100% sure but ...
*December 1, 2006 by carl*

**Trig/Physics**

A car's wheel (with tire) is 26 inches in diameter and its center is 12 inches above the road. If the car is traveling at 60 feet per second, how fast is the highest point of the tire moving relative to the ground?
*September 23, 2007 by Vash*

**Alg2**

Help w/Word Prob: LAW ENFORCEMENT A police accident investigator can use the formula s=2√5l to estimate the speed=s of a car in miles per hour based on the length=l in feet of the skid marks it left. How fast was a car traveling that left skid marks 120 feet long?
*December 4, 2011 by Rock*

**Math**

A room is 18 feet long, 14 feet wide , 8 feet high. find the cost of painting the four walls with two coats of paint costing $9.50 per gallon. each gallon covers 256 ft squared want with 1 coat .
*February 24, 2011 by Mathdude*

**MATH**

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE A CAR BEING DRIVEN AT A SPEED OF 15 MILES PER HOUR TO TRAVEL 26,400 FEET? AN OBJECT MOVING AT A RATE 0F 15 MILES PER HOUR TRAVELS 22 FEET IN ONE SECOND.
*August 18, 2010 by BILL*

**math**

For a motor vehicle traveling at r miles per hour, the distance d in feet required to stop is approximately d=0.05r^2 + r. If a school bus is traveling at 45 mph, how many feet, to the nearest foot would it travel?
*December 14, 2013 by Cynthia*

**math(mechanics 1)**

a car traveling on a straight road accelerates uniformly at a meter per second square from its initial speed of 20 meter per second until it reaches a speed of 30 meter per second. the car travels at this speed for 600 meter and then decelerates uniformly at 0.5a meter per ...
*March 4, 2012 by maha*

**physics**

You are standing 7 feet from one speaker and 13 feet from another. Both speakers are producing the same sound. If the combined sound from both speakers is especially loud at your location, which of the following could be the wavelength of the sound? Choose all that apply. 1 ...
*December 8, 2011 by Jennie*

**College Algebra**

Use the position equation given below, where s represents the height of the object (in feet), v0 represents the initial velocity of the object (in feet per second), s0 represents the initial height of the object (in feet), and t represents the time (in seconds), as the model ...
*August 27, 2014 by Angie*

**math**

A major leaugue baseball player hits a ball 3 feet above the ground with a velocity of 103 feet per secon in the direction of a 10 foot wall that is 300 feet from home plate. If the hit is at an angle of elevation of 34 degrees and there is wind blowing 22 feet per second in ...
*May 14, 2013 by Chris*

**College Algebra**

Use the position equation given below, where s represents the height of the object (in feet), v0 represents the initial velocity of the object (in feet per second), s0 represents the initial height of the object (in feet), and t represents the time (in seconds), as the model ...
*July 9, 2013 by Jack*

**calculus**

1. A conical reservoir has a depth of 24 feet and a circular top of radius 12 feet. It is being filled so that the depth of water is increasing at a constant rate of 4 feet per hour. Determine the rate in cubic feet per hour at which water is entering the reservoir when the ...
*March 24, 2012 by Tiffany*

**algebraI**

Airplane at 19,200 feet descending at a rate of 40 feet per second. Another airplane takes off and ascends at a rate of 60 feet per second. After how many seconds will the airplanes be at the same height? What is this height?
*January 21, 2014 by kay*

** math**

Can you give me step by step instruction on how to solve this problem Helium is pumped into a spherical balloon at a constant rate of 4cubic feet per second. How fast is the radius increasing after 3 minutes? At what time (if any) is the radius increasing at a rate of 120 feet...
*June 19, 2010 by Artis*

**Math**

The height of a ball t seconds after it is thrown upward from a height of 6 feet and with an initial velocity of 80 feet per second is f (t) = -16t^2 + 80t + 6. According to Rolle's Theorem, what must be the velocity at some time in the interval (2, 3)? ft/sec? & Find that ...
*March 7, 2012 by Angelina*

**Math**

The height of a ball t seconds after it is thrown upward from a height of 6 feet and with an initial velocity of 80 feet per second is f (t) = -16t^2 + 80t + 6. According to Rolle's Theorem, what must be the velocity at some time in the interval (2, 3)? ft/sec? & Find that ...
*March 8, 2012 by Angelina*

**Math**

Gravity on the moon is about one-sixth of gravity on Earth. An astronaut standing on a tower 20 feet above the moon's surface throws a ball upward with a velocity of 30 feet per second. The height of the ball at any time t (in seconds) is h(t) = -2.67t squared + 30t + 20. To ...
*October 14, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Applied Calculus**

Suppose that an object is thrown down towards the ground from the top of the 1100-ft tall Sears Tower with an initial velocity of – 20 feet per second (the negative velocity indicates that the object is moving towards the ground). Given that the acceleration due to gravity of ...
*April 20, 2012 by Marie*

**calculus**

A child is flying a kite. If the kite is 125 feet above the child's hand level and the wind is blowing it on a horizontal course at 7 feet per second, the child is letting out cord at _____ feet per second when 245 feet of cord are out. Assume that the cord remains straight ...
*October 25, 2011 by Katie*

**Earth and Physical Science**

A 901 kg car is traveling north down a country road when a deer crosses in front of the car. By slamming on the breaks, the care is able to decelerate at 4.0 meters per second squared. What is the frictional force between the street and the car?
*February 7, 2011 by Caitlin*

**Algebra-Quadratic Applications**

A diver on a platform 40 feet in height jumps upward with an initial velocity of 5 feet per sec. His height in h feet after t seconds is given by the function h=-16t^2+5t+50. What is his maximum height? How long will it take him to reach the surface of the water?
*May 13, 2010 by chica*

**Algebra**

THe function h(t)=-16t^2+v0t+h0 describes the height in feet above the ground h(t) of an object thrown vertically from a height of h0 feet, with an initial velocity of v0 feet per second, if there is no air friction and t is the time in seconds sine the object was thrown. A ...
*April 19, 2010 by Joe *

**Algebra**

THe function h(t)=-16t^2+v0t+h0 describes the height in feet above the ground h(t) of an object thrown vertically from a height of h0 feet, with an initial velocity of v0 feet per second, if there is no air friction and t is the time in seconds sine the object was thrown. A ...
*April 19, 2010 by Joe *

**statistics**

For a specific truck traveling at 50 miles per hou… ... normally distributed with a mean of 120 feet and a standard deviation of 12 feet. ... into the path of the truck and stops at a distance of 150 feet from the truck. ... to a complete stop, what is the probability that ...
*February 4, 2011 by miky*

**math**

traveling 60 mi/h what is the speed in feet per second. How do you find this
*October 23, 2009 by kissy*

**Math**

A carpenter purchased 25.25 feet of hardwood at $25.20 per foot, and 3 types of trim molding: 2.6 feet $1.90 per foot, 2.8 feet at $3.90 per foot, 7.5 feet at $4.90 per foot. How much did he spend on this purchase?
*March 2, 2010 by Nikki*

**math**

convert 60 miles per hour to feet per second. (Hint: there are 5280 feet in a mile.
*September 8, 2008 by kat*

**Geometry **

In baseball, the length of the path between each pair of consecutive bases is 90 feet. The paths form right angles. How far does the ball need to travel if it is thrown from home plate directly to second base? A. 90 feet B. 127.3 feet C. 135.7 feet D. 180 feet
*March 6, 2014 by anon*

**algebra**

An object that is projected straight downward with initial velocity v feet per second travels a distance s vt 16t 2 =+ , where t =time in seconds. If Ramón is standing on a balcony 84 feet above the ground and throws a penny straight down with an initial velocity of 10 feet ...
*April 24, 2013 by jj*

**algebra**

An object that is projected straight downward with initial velocity v feet per second travels a distance s vt 16t 2 =+ , where t =time in seconds. If Ramón is standing on a balcony 84 feet above the ground and throws a penny straight down with an initial velocity of 10 feet ...
*April 24, 2013 by jj*

**algebra**

The formula below can be used to find the distance (d) traveled by an object, where v represents the initial velocity of the object, t represents the time, in seconds, and d represents the acceleration, in meters per second squared. d=vt+1/2at with a a square route of 2 A ...
*September 22, 2010 by curtina blue*

**math**

An object that is falling or vertically projected into the air has it height, in feet, above the ground given by the formula below, where s is the height in feet, Vo is the original velocity of the object, in feet per second, t is the time the object is in motion in seconds, ...
*March 22, 2013 by pam*

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