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# A) For the following height values, compute the quadratic of best fit, h-atl+bttc for an object launched upwards at t=0.2)(seconds) 0.5 h (meters) 502.0 1253.5 1505...

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###### A) For the following height values, compute the quadratic of best fit, h-atl+bttc for an object launched upwards at t=0.2)(seconds) 0.5 h (meters) 502.0 1253.5 1505.0 1356.5 70b) Based on your model, compute the initial height, the maximum height, and the time when the object hits the ground:c) Compute the least squares error and identify the point which fits the model the worst.d) Sketch the graph of the quadratic and the original data values on the same graph: Include the least square errors i

a) For the following height values, compute the quadratic of best fit, h-atl+bttc for an object launched upwards at t=0. 2) (seconds) 0.5 h (meters) 50 2.0 125 3.5 150 5.0 135 6.5 70 b) Based on your model, compute the initial height, the maximum height, and the time when the object hits the ground: c) Compute the least squares error and identify the point which fits the model the worst. d) Sketch the graph of the quadratic and the original data values on the same graph: Include the least square errors in your sketch:  #### Similar Solved Questions

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