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a cannon is 80 feet long. the muzzle velocity = 960 ft / sec. if fired strait up, what is the maximum height

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asked by josh
  1. the equation for the height is

    h = 80 + 960t - 16t^2

    As you recall, the vertex (maximum height) is at t = 960/32 = 30

    Now just figure h(30)

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