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Vertical Motion h = -16t2 + vt + s h= height in feet v= initial velocity s

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					             Vertical Motion
            h = -16t2 + vt + s
h= height in feet   v= initial velocity   s= initial height

                              • Example
                              • If a armadillo jumps
                                straight into the air
                                with an initial velocity
                                of 14 feet per
                                second, in how many
                                seconds does it land
                                on the ground?
             Vertical Motion
            h = -16t2 + vt + s
h= height in feet   v= initial velocity   s= initial height
                              • An athlete throws a
                                discus from an initial
                                height of 6 feet with
                                an initial velocity of 46
                                feet per second.
                              • Write an equation for
                                the height of the
                                discus at anytime t.
                              • Find the number of
                                seconds the discus is
                                in the air.

				
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