No, plus we have our baseball game in a couple days so we need to keep practicing our throws.
Do you have any ideas for our science fair project for Mr. Johnson's class?
Yeah, that's a great idea! We should create an equation to represent the situation.
That's it! Lets do our project on the motion of the ball. We can throw it from an initial height of 6 feet at the velocity of 20 feet per second. Then we will measure the greatest height the ball reaches and how long it takes for it to reach the ground.
So when you plug in the values the equation would become s(t)=-16t^2 + 20t + 6. Cool, lets go measure the maximum height it reaches and how long it takes to reach the ground.
The equation would be s(t)=-16t^2 + V(t) + S. We just need to plug in the values.