GUY asked in SportsHockey · 3 months ago


A hockey player strikes a hockey puck. The height of the puck increases until it reaches a maximum height of 1.5 feet, 30 feet away from the player. The height y (in feet) of a second hockey puck is modeled by y=x(0.08−0.002x), where x is the horizontal distance (in feet). Compare the distances traveled by the hockey pucks before hitting the ground.

1 Answer

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    I took both Algebra and Statistics in university, however it's been a few years. 

    Have you done similar problems this semester? If so follow the same steps .. 

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