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Old 08-04-2007   #1
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I dropped a ball from 3ft,6ft, and 12ft. For each of those positions i have to use the position function to calculate the times. My original times were .56,.61,.87. The books position function is s(t)=-16t(squared)+initial velocity(in ft)+original height. I also have to verify this algebraically. Can someone please help me?

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