# AlgeHW2 - feet/second The height of the bullet is a...

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1. Match the quadratic function with its graph. Choose the correct graph.

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Answer: since  we have 3 a the coefficient of x^2 , we know that the parabola open upward. And since we have +2 in x+2 hence the  parabola will be move to the left or the origin.  2. Match the quadratic function with its graph. Choose the correct graph.

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3. Match the quadratic function with its graph. Choose the correct graph.

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4. Rewrite the quadratic equation in standard form by completing the square. 5. Rewrite the quadratic equation in standard form by completing the square. 6. Find the quadratic function that has the given vertex and goes through the given point. Vertex: (-2,13) point: (0,1) f(x)= 7. Gravity. A person holds a pistol straight upward and fires. The initial velocity of the bullet is 1100

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Unformatted text preview: feet/second. The height of the bullet is a function of time and is described by How long, after the gun is fired, does the person have to get out of the way of the bullet falling from the sky? Assume the bullet returns to its original position. Round your answer to two decimal places. The person has to get out of th way in _________________ seconds. 8. Determine if the function is a polynomial, and if it is, state its degree. 9. Determine if the function is a polynomial, and if it is, state its degree. 10. Find all the real zeros of the polynomial function and state their multiplicities. List the zeros in increasing order:...
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