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a baseball is hit into the air. the path of the ball can be described by the equation h=23t-5tsquared, where h is the height in meters, and t is the time in seconds.

how high is the ball after 3 seconds?

  • algebra1 -

    just plug t = 3 into the equation

    h = 23(3) - 5(3^2) = ...

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