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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. Parametric equations 2 2012-02-25 From Kathy:If the angle at time 0 is not 45 degrees how can you find the initial velocity? Ball thrown from height of 7 feet. Caught by receiver at height of 4 feet after traveling 90 feet down the field. Find initial velocity. You had a similar problem answered but the angle was 45 degrees so the cos and sin were equal and the equations were simpler to work with. Thank you!Answered by Harley Weston. Borrowing from zero 2001-03-30 From Nikki:Here is the problem: 5,033.56 - 866.20 Now I know this equals 4,167.36 which I figured out on the calculator just to make sure. But when I did it by hand, I kept ending up with 5,167.36, which I knew was impossible. What am I doing wrong?? Answered by Leeanne Boehm and Claude Tardif. Borrowing 2000-04-17 From A college student:How would you explain borrowing to an elementary school student? Answered by Penny Nom. Rowing on the Charles River. 1997-09-17 From Fawwaz Muraisi:On the Charles River in Boston, the Harvard bridge and the Longfellow bridge are 1 mile apart. The MIT crew starts rowing upstream at the Longfellow bridge. As the crew passes under the Harvard bridge, the coxswain's hat falls into the river. Ten minutes later, the coxswain notices and turns the boat around instantaneously. He has t he crew row back to get it, rowing at the same constant rate. By the time the team reaches the hat, they are back at the Longfellow bridge. How fast is the river flowing? Answered by Harley Weston.

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