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The distance s in feet that a body falls in t seconds is given by the formula s=16t^2. If a body has been falling for 5 seconds, how far will it fall during the 6th second?

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A. 16 ft.
B. 80 ft.
C. 176 ft.
D. 400 ft.
E. 576 ft.

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  1. that would be f(6)-f(5)
    plug and chug

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