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A projectile is fired directly upward, and its height s in feet after t seconds is given by the function s(t)= -16t^2 + 800t+ 600. Determine the time at which the projectile reaches its maximum height. Determine the maximum height.
To find the time at which the projectile is at its maximum height, use the equation -b/2a. -b/2a = -800/2(-16) = -800/-32 = 25 At 25 seconds, the projectile was at its maximum height. Now to find the maximum height, plug in 25 for t in the original equation: -16t^2 + 800t + 600 . -16(25)^2 + 800(25) + 600 -16(625) + 20000 + 600 -8400 + 20000 + 600 =10600 At 25 seconds, the projectile reached its maximum height of 10600 feet.
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