Algebra

Suppose you drop a tennis ball from a height of 9 feet. After the ball hits the floor, it rebounds to 80% of its previous height. How high will the ball rebound after its third bounce? Round to the nearest tenth.

A. 5.8 feet
B. 1 feet
C. 4.6 feet
D. 7.2 feet

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  1. 9 ft * .8^3

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