h(t)-16+3600The height of a steel ball in feet that is dropped is given by the equation above. According to the Mean Value Theorem, thereis a time t when the instantaneous velocity of the steel ball is equal to the average velocity over the course of its trajectoryDetermine the value of this t.Assume the interval under consideration is [o,t] wheretis the time that the ball hits the ground.(Do not include "t"or "seconds" in your answer.)Provide your answer below:

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h(t)-16+3600
The height of a steel ball in feet that is dropped is given by the equation above. According to the Mean Value Theorem, there
is a time t when the instantaneous velocity of the steel ball is equal to the average velocity over the course of its trajectory
Determine the value of this t.
Assume the interval under consideration is [o,t] wheretis the time that the ball hits the ground.
(Do not include "t"or "seconds" in your answer.)
Provide your answer below:
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h(t)-16+3600 The height of a steel ball in feet that is dropped is given by the equation above. According to the Mean Value Theorem, there is a time t when the instantaneous velocity of the steel ball is equal to the average velocity over the course of its trajectory Determine the value of this t. Assume the interval under consideration is [o,t] wheretis the time that the ball hits the ground. (Do not include "t"or "seconds" in your answer.) Provide your answer below:

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Step 1

To determine the value of "t" as defined by the problem statement

Step 2

At time t* , h(t*)=0 (hits the ground). So, first determine t* (=15)

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