A rocket is launched from a tower. The height of the rocket, y in feet, is related to the time after launch, x in seconds, by the given equation. Using this equation, find the time that the rocket will hit the ground, to the nearest 100th of second. y=−16x2+186x+114y=-16x^2+186x+114 y=−16x 2 +186x+114
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graph #4 (last graph) depict the function f(x)= -m(x-d)^1/5 i
we know that
but in this function slope is -m that means slope is decreasing and it is decreasing by 1/5 points down the x-axis.
which is shown in graph four
a decreasing slope down x-axis by 1/5 points.
hence 4th graph is the right option for this.