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Look at the chart below:

Bounce: 0 ~ 1 ~ 2 ~ 3 ~ 4
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Height: 100 50 25 13 6

The ordered pairs are {(0,100), (1,50), (2,25), (3,13), (4,6)}

* How high do you think the ball will bounce on the 5th bounce? Explain.

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    Since each bounce is about half the previous bounce, what would you think?

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