9. The height of a baseball in feet tossed upward is given by the function

where

*t*represents time in seconds. What is the maximum height of the baseball?
10. Find a quadratic equation with solutions: {±5

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Click on the 10 question exam covering topics in chapter 6. Give yourself one hour to try all of the problems and then come back and check your answers.

9. The height of a baseball in feet tossed upward is given by the function

where *t* represents time in seconds. What is the maximum height of the baseball?

10. Find a quadratic equation with solutions: {±5*i*}

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Click on the 10 question exam covering topics in chapters 5 and 6. Give yourself one hour to try all of the problems and then come back and check your answers.

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10. The length of a rectangle is 4 centimeters less than twice its width. The area is 96 square centimeters. Find the length and width. (Set up an algebraic equation then solve it)

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