Please, will you tell me how to get the answer to this? Mostly, I think my issue is with the 10, but I'm not sure.
In an engineering test, a rocket sled is propelled into a target. The sledís distance d in meters from the target is given by the formula d= -1.5t2+120 where t is the number of seconds after rocket ignition. How many seconds have passed since rocket ignition when the sled is 10 meters from the target?
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Okay. Thanks, and now, I'm not doubting the correctness of your answer, but how does that fit into the formula -1.5(x-b/2a^2+c-b^2/4a ? Just because, if when an object is tossed the formula is -16(x-b/2a)^2+c-b^2/4a, I assumed that you had to use the formula up there when the -1.5 is a is given. Sorry.