# math

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A ball bounces back .06 of its height on every bounce. If a ballistic dropped from 200feet, how high does it bounce on the fifth bounce? Round to nearest tenth.

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200*.06^5 = .0001555 ft

Not much of a bouncer. You sure you meant .06, and not .94?

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I didn't write the question- doesn't make much sense

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