We’re Open - Call Now!
Define variables for the height of the first bounce and for the drop height.
be the height of the first bounce (in feet) and
be the drop height (in feet).
Relate the two variables.
When the drop height is 1 foot, the height of the first bounce is half a foot. So, the height of the first bounce (in feet) is one–half times the drop height (in feet). So, the equation is:
Names of standardized tests are owned by the trademark holders and are not affiliated with Varsity Tutors LLC.
4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating over the last 100,000 sessions. As of 4/27/18.
*See complete details for Better Score Guarantee.
Media outlet trademarks are owned by the respective media outlets and are not affiliated with Varsity Tutors.
Award-Winning claim based on CBS Local and Houston Press awards.
Varsity Tutors does not have affiliation with universities mentioned on its website.
Varsity Tutors connects learners with experts. Instructors are independent contractors who tailor their services to each client, using their own style,
methods and materials.