Section 3.36. An object is dropped from the top of abuilding. The height of the object is given by:h(t) 200 16t2a) Find the height of the building (when timeis O seconds). 200-2Gfhil200b) Find the height of the object after 2seconds. h 200-16.2At1: 200-64l2362How long will it take for the object to hitc)the ground? Round to one decimal place.-200-16

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Asked Oct 3, 2019
Section 3.3
6. An object is dropped from the top of a
building. The height of the object is given by:
h(t) 200 16t2
a) Find the height of the building (when time
is O seconds). 200-2G
f
hil200
b) Find the height of the object after 2
seconds. h 200-16.2
At1: 200-64
l236
2
How long will it take for the object to hit
c)
the ground? Round to one decimal place.
-200-16
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Section 3.3 6. An object is dropped from the top of a building. The height of the object is given by: h(t) 200 16t2 a) Find the height of the building (when time is O seconds). 200-2G f hil200 b) Find the height of the object after 2 seconds. h 200-16.2 At1: 200-64 l236 2 How long will it take for the object to hit c) the ground? Round to one decimal place. -200-16

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(a) 200 ft, (b)...

h)height after t sec
ht) 200-16r
(a)height of building
h(0) 200 ft
(b)height afier 2 sec
h(2) 200-16x2 136 ft
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h)height after t sec ht) 200-16r (a)height of building h(0) 200 ft (b)height afier 2 sec h(2) 200-16x2 136 ft

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