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Quadratics in football

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Quadratics in football
Josh Granader
Nick Clarke
and
Gabe Goldberg
Nick Marshall is 73 inches tall
Initial height is 72 inches














2.7s
0.0s
1.35s
-initial velocity = 1.35s x -9.8m/s^2
initial velocity = 13.23m/s
h(t) = -4.9t^2 + V0t + h0
h(t) = -4.9(1.35)^2 + 13.23(1.35) + 1.8288
h(t) = 10.76m = 35.3ft
Final height = 72in x 2.54cm / 100m
Final height = 1.8288m
Simple Quadratics
vertex = -b / 2a
average the x values that have equal y values

Sources
"Deriving Max Projectile Displacement given Time | Kinematic Formulas and Projectile Motion |Khan Academy." Khan Academy. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.
Brown, Richard G., and Andrew M. Gleason. Advanced Mathematics: Precalculus with Discrete Mathematics and Data Analysis. Evanston, IL: McDougal Littell, 2003. Print.
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