ch 10 review - 12. A baseball is hit with an initial upward...

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QUADRATICS Name: _________ Example : Factoring Method 1) k 2 + 5k = 0 2) (2p – 4)(p + 2) = 0 3) 3d 2 + 5d = 2 Example: Quadratic Formula 4) 2t 2 – 5t – 3 = 0 3) –4w 2 + 6w = –3 Example: Square Root 5) r 2 + 20 = 45 6) 2z 2 – 72 = 0 7) u 2 – 8 = 161
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Example: Graphing 8) 9) 10) –h 2 – 2 = 0 11) x 2 + 3 = 0 Example – Story Problem
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Unformatted text preview: 12. A baseball is hit with an initial upward velocity of 56ft/sec from 4.3 ft above the ground. Its path is modeled by 3 . 4 56 16 2 + +-= t t h . What is the balls max height AND when will it hit the ground? 13.) Graph (label axis of symmetry and Vertex!) 1 6 2 +-< x x y...
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ch 10 review - 12. A baseball is hit with an initial upward...

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