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Football Lesson 5.1
1. y= -0.035x^2 + 1.4x + 1, where x is the distance (in yards) and y is the height (in yards)

a. Does the graph open up or down?
b. Does the graph have a Maximum value or a minimum value?
c. graph the quadratic function.
(i'll graph it just write it in the formula)
d. find the maximum height

2. y= -0.088x^2 + 2.5x +1where x is the distance (in yards) and y is the height (in yards)

a. graph the quadratic function
b. Find the greatest height
c. If the punter punted the ball from the 40-yards line, did theball reach the endzone?

3. y=-0.00545x^2 + 1.145x
a. Find the distance the stone traveled.
b. Find the maximum height of the stone

4. y=-0.0044x^2 + 1.68x
a. The height of the wall is 120 yards
b. The height of the wall is 100 ft

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    Football Lesson 5.1
    1. y= -0.035x^2 + 1.4x + 1, where x is the distance (in yards) and y is the height (in yards)

    a. Does the graph open up or down?
    b. Does the graph have a Maximum value or a minimum value?
    c. graph the quadratic function.
    (i'll graph it just write it in the formula)
    d. find the maximum height

    2. y= -0.088x^2 + 2.5x +1where x is the distance (in yards) and y is the height (in yards)

    a. graph the quadratic function
    b. Find the greatest height
    c. If the punter punted the ball from the 40-yards line, did theball reach the endzone?

    3. y=-0.00545x^2 + 1.145x
    a. Find the distance the stone traveled.
    b. Find the maximum height of the stone

    4. y=-0.0044x^2 + 1.68x
    a. The height of the wall is 120 yards
    b. The height of the wall is 100 ft

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