Question

# In a basketball match, the equation of the kick is recorded as .

How much height did the ball go after the kick?

- 10
- 15
- 20
- 25

Hint:

### In this question, we have to find the height at which the ball will go after kick, if the equation of the kick is recorded as . For this we have to find the equation in standard form. Firstly, we will separate the variables, then add on both the sides. Later, from the standard form the value of (h, k) is the required height of the ball after kick and the distance the ball reaches to.

## The correct answer is: 10

The height of the ball after the kick is 10 units and the ball reaches a distance of 25 units from the kick point.

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