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The height above ground level in metres of a missile lanunched vertically, is given by h(t)=-16t^3+100t. at what time is the missile 50m above the ground level? [t is time in seconds]

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  1. just solve
    -16t^3+100t = 50
    in the usual way

    Although, I think you want the height in feet, since in metric units, g/2 = -4.9, not -16

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