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2 nd Semester Final Review IX Practice and MiniQuiz

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Problem P1 The distance, h, traveled in t seconds dropped from a height is The distance, h, traveled in t seconds dropped from a height is If an object is dropped from a height of 144 feet, how long will it take before the object hits the ground?

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Problem P2 A rocket is launched atop a 48-foot cliff with an initial velocity of 32 feet per second. The height of the rocket in t seconds after launch is given by the equation: A rocket is launched atop a 48-foot cliff with an initial velocity of 32 feet per second. The height of the rocket in t seconds after launch is given by the equation: The rocket will obviously strike when h =0. Solve the equation…

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Problem P3 Todd kicked a football. The equation: Todd kicked a football. The equation: describes the height of the ball t seconds after it was kicked. Approximately how many seconds went by before the ball hit the ground?

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Problem P4 Find: Find:

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Problem P5 Evaluate: Evaluate:

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Problem P6 What is the opposite of : What is the opposite of :

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Problem P7 What is this equal to: What is this equal to:

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MiniQuiz FR IX Name Name Period Period Answer Column Answer Column ( 1 – 7 ) ( 1 – 7 )

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Problem MQ1 The distance, h, traveled in t seconds dropped from a height is The distance, h, traveled in t seconds dropped from a height is If an object is dropped from a height of 256 feet, how long will it take before the object hits the ground?

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Problem MQ2 A rocket is launched atop a 288-foot cliff with an initial velocity of 48 feet per second. The height of the rocket in t seconds after launch is given by the equation: A rocket is launched atop a 288-foot cliff with an initial velocity of 48 feet per second. The height of the rocket in t seconds after launch is given by the equation: The rocket will obviously strike when h =0. Solve the equation…

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Problem MQ3 Todd kicked a football. The equation: Todd kicked a football. The equation: describes the height of the ball t seconds after it was kicked. Approximately how many seconds went by before the ball hit the ground?

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Problem MQ4 Find: Find:

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Problem MQ5 Evaluate: Evaluate:

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Problem MQ6 What is the opposite of : What is the opposite of :

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Problem MQ7 What is this equal to: What is this equal to:

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