**Word Problem**: What length must a pendulum be in order for one complete cycle to take 1.2 seconds?

(Use the above formula where

*T*represents the period in seconds and*L*represents the pendulum length in feet.)J. Redden on G+

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Click here for a worksheet containing 20 sample test questions with answers.

**Word Problem**: What length must a pendulum be in order for one complete cycle to take 1.2 seconds?

J. Redden on G+

(Use the above formula where *T* represents the period in seconds and *L* represents the pendulum length in feet.)

J. Redden on G+

Click here for a worksheet containing 20 sample test questions with answers.

**Example**: Given the quadratic equation:

a. Solve by completing the square.

b. Solve using the quadratic formula.

**Example**: Given the quadratic equation:

a. Solve by factoring.

b. Solve using the quadratic formula.

**Example**: Graph. Label the *x*- and *y*-intercepts as well as the vertex.

**Projectile Problem**: An object is launched from an 80-foot tower with an initial speed of 75 feet per second. At what times is the object 120 feet high? Use the following function:

**Geometry Problem**: The height of a triangle is 2 centimeters more than 3 times the base. If the area is 28 square centimeters then what is the length of the base and height?

**Example:** Simplify

a.

b.

a. Solve by completing the square.

b. Solve using the quadratic formula.

a. Solve by factoring.

b. Solve using the quadratic formula.

a.

b.

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