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Raevyn Davis 4/2/2017 Use the Zero Product Property 1. A child launches a toy rocket from the top of a slide at the park. Suppose the equation 16t^2 + 28t + 8 = 0 can be used to find how many seconds it will take for the rocket to hit the ground. a. Write the equation in factored form i. 4(t – 2)(4t + 1) b. Use the zero-product property to solve the equation. Show all the steps needed to find both answers. c. Explain how the solution relates to this situation.
2. A manufacturing company manufactures a cardboard box
with a square base and a height of 15 inches. Suppose the equation x^2 + 60x – 7,200 = 0 can be used to find the length and width of the base of the box, each measuring x inches. a. Write the equation in factored form.
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