2. A pitching machine throws softballs such that they always follow the same parabolic arc. Let h(t ) be the height of the ball in feet can be
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2. A pitching machine throws softballs such that they always follow the same parabolic arc. Let h(t ) be the
height of the ball in feet can be modeled as a function of time.
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A. Suppose the machine is put on top of a 2-foot platform. Represent this in terms of h (t).
y=
What is the new initial height of the softball and the new max height of the ball? Answer with
a complete sentence.
B. Explain the scenario that would cause h(t - 10).
What is the domain of h(t - 10)?
When and where does the maximum of h(t - 10) occur. Answer with a sentence and units.

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