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 Subject: Math Problem Category: Science > Math Asked by: fredewq-ga List Price: \$10.00 Posted: 04 Dec 2002 16:19 PST Expires: 03 Jan 2003 16:19 PST Question ID: 119391
 A model rocket is fired from the ground at time t=0 seconds. Its height above the ground is given by the following table. Time(Seconds) Height(Feet) 0 0 3 756 6 1224 9 1404 12 1296 15 900 18 216 2 18.5 a)Find the model h(t),which gives the rocket's height(in feet) as a function of time(in seconds). Remember units! b) Find the derivative model. Remember units! c) Use the model from part a) to complete the table. d)What is the rocket's instantaneous velocity at t=6 seconds? e) What is the rocket's maximun height? When does it reach it? Request for Question Clarification by omnivorous-ga on 04 Dec 2002 17:56 PST Fredewq -- The time seems jumbled at the bottom of column 1 -- could you please correct it? Ah, this makes me nostalgic for physics classes again! Best regards, Omnivorous-GA Clarification of Question by fredewq-ga on 04 Dec 2002 20:12 PST Time (Seconds) Height (Feet) 0 0 3 756 6 1224 9 1404 12 1296 15 900 18 216 2 18.5