# Heights and Distances Operations Using MATLAB

Question

The height of a rocket (in meters) can be represented by the following equation:

â„Žð‘’ð‘–ð‘”â„Žð‘¡ = 2.13ð‘¡2 − 0.0013ð‘¡4 + 0.000034ð‘¡4.751

Create a vector of time (t) values from 0 to 100 at 2-second intervals.

a. Use the find function to determine when the rocket hits the ground to within 2 seconds. (Hint: The value of height will be positive for all values until the rocket hits the ground.)

b. Use the max function to determine the maximum height of the rocket and the corresponding time.

Summary

This question belongs to MATLAB software and discusses about application of MATLAB in mathematics and to determine maximum height and the corresponding time of a rocket.

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