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Use the following to answer the next three questions: the height, h, of a ball t seconds after it is released for a jump shot in a basketball game can be modeled with the equation h = −16t2 + 12t + 8.
The rim of the basket is 10 feet high. Which of the following is the correct way to set up the problem to solve when the ball reaches this height?

10=16t^2+12t+8
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