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 A penny is thrown from the top of a building 2018-03-16 From Zoraida:A penny is thrown from the top of a 26.7-meter building and hits the ground 3.39 seconds after it was thrown. The penny reached its maximum height above the ground 0.89 seconds after it was thrown. a. Define a quadratic function, h, that expresses the height of the penny above the ground (measured in meters) as a function of the number of seconds elapsed since the penny was thrown, t. b. What is the maximum height of the penny above the ground?Answered by Penny Nom. Double one penny for 30 days 2008-06-11 From kerwin:one penny doubled for 30 days what is the answer?Answered by Penny Nom. \$10.00 worth of pennies 2006-08-30 From Amelia:IF YOU MADE A LINE WITH \$10.00 WORTH OF PENNIES, HOW LONG WOULD THE LINE BE?Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. Arrays of pennies 2004-01-17 From Kathleen:How do I create an array of 100 pennies?Answered by Penny Nom. A penny, a nickel, a dime, a quarter, and a loonie 2003-01-21 From Blaine:I have 5 coins: a penny, a nickel, a dime, a quarter, and a loonie. How many different amounts of money could I pay using any combination of these coins?Answered by Penny Nom. A dollar, quarter, dime, nickle and penny 2001-01-07 From Sarah:Arnold has a dollar coin, one dime, one quarter, one nickel, and a penny. The number of different sums of money that can be formed using three coins is...Answered by Penny Nom. A coin problem 1996-04-16 From Julie Hebert and Simon Hamel:How many weighings would you need to find out which pile is fraudulent?Answered by Penny Nom.

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