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example 2 Height of a Ball Chapter 3.2 The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? 2009 PBLPathways

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The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air?

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air?

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air?

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air?

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air?

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air?

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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2009 PBLPathways The height above ground of a ball thrown at 64 feet per second from the top of an 80- foot-high building is modeled by feet, where t is the number of seconds after the ball is thrown. How long will the ball be in the air? t S

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