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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 40yards 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

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 40yards 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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