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into the​ air, and its height h in feet after t seconds is given by h left parenthesis t right parenthesis equals negative 16 t squared plus 96 t plus 3h(t)=−16t2+96t+3.
​(a) What is the height of the baseball when it is​ hit?
​(b) After how many seconds does the baseball reach its maximum​ height?
(c) Determine the maximum height of the baseball.

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  1. herding my way through that first "sentence" ....
    I got the obvious:
    h = -16t^2 + 96t + 3

    a) plug in t = 0
    b) find the vertex and both b) and c) are answered.

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