SOLUTION: An arch can be modelled by the function: h=0.06d^2+2.13. At a horizontal distance of 2 m from one end of the arch, how high is the arch, to the nearest tenth of a metre?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Quadratic-relations-and-conic-sections Question 621557: An arch can be modelled by the function: h=0.06d^2+2.13. At a horizontal distance of 2 m from one end of the arch, how high is the arch, to the nearest tenth of a metre?Answer by nerdybill(6962)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!An arch can be modelled by the function: h=0.06d^2+2.13. At a horizontal distance of 2 m from one end of the arch, how high is the arch, to the nearest tenth of a metre? set d to 2 and solve for h: h=0.06d^2+2.13 h=0.06(2)^2+2.13 h=0.06(4)+2.13 h=0.24+2.13 h=2.37 rounded h=2.4 m