Question H An athlete whose event is the shot put releases a shot. When the shot whose path is shown by the graph to the right is released at an angle of 65, its height, f(x), in feet, can be modeled by f(x)=-0.03x + 2.1x+5.5, where x is the shot's horizontal distance, in feet, from its point of release. Use this model to solve parts (a) through (c) and verify your answers using the graph. 40- 30 20- 10- 04 0 Shot Put's Horizontal Distance 20 40 60 80 100 a. What is the maximum height of the shot and how far from its point of release does this occur? feet from the point of release. which occurs The maximum height is (Type an integer or decimal rounded to four decimal places as needed.) nt ss ess Enter your answer in the edit fields and then click Check Answer. Check Answer 2 parts bri Clear All remaining e Question 16 (0/ Question 15 (0/1) Question 13 (0/1) Question 14 (0/1) Ouoction 170M here to search hp K AR D 14 fs f6 fg ho 12 ins prt sc delete & 7 A 5 6 9 backspe R T P [ G H K V B pause Shot Put's Height 00 M N LL 62

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Question H
An athlete whose event is the shot put releases a shot. When the shot whose path is shown by the graph to the right is released at an angle
of 65, its height, f(x), in feet, can be modeled by f(x)=-0.03x + 2.1x+5.5, where x is the shot's horizontal distance, in feet, from its point of
release. Use this model to solve parts (a) through (c) and verify your answers using the graph.
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30
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0
Shot Put's Horizontal Distance
20 40 60 80 100
a. What is the maximum height of the shot and how far from its point of release does this occur?
feet from the point of release.
which occurs
The maximum height is
(Type an integer or decimal rounded to four decimal places as needed.)
nt
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ess
Enter your answer in the edit fields and then click Check Answer.
Check Answer
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Clear All
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Question 15 (0/1)
Question 13 (0/1)
Question 14 (0/1)
Ouoction 170M
here to search
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delete
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A
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backspe
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Shot Put's Height
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Question H An athlete whose event is the shot put releases a shot. When the shot whose path is shown by the graph to the right is released at an angle of 65, its height, f(x), in feet, can be modeled by f(x)=-0.03x + 2.1x+5.5, where x is the shot's horizontal distance, in feet, from its point of release. Use this model to solve parts (a) through (c) and verify your answers using the graph. 40- 30 20- 10- 04 0 Shot Put's Horizontal Distance 20 40 60 80 100 a. What is the maximum height of the shot and how far from its point of release does this occur? feet from the point of release. which occurs The maximum height is (Type an integer or decimal rounded to four decimal places as needed.) nt ss ess Enter your answer in the edit fields and then click Check Answer. Check Answer 2 parts bri Clear All remaining e Question 16 (0/ Question 15 (0/1) Question 13 (0/1) Question 14 (0/1) Ouoction 170M here to search hp K AR D 14 fs f6 fg ho 12 ins prt sc delete & 7 A 5 6 9 backspe R T P [ G H K V B pause Shot Put's Height 00 M N LL 62

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