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## Main Question or Discussion Point

A model rocket is fired upward. The rocket's average initial acceleration is 44.5 m/s2 until the fuel burns out in 0.835 s. How high does the rocket go? Ignore the effects of air friction.

I was thinking about using the equation x=x(initial)+V(initial)*t+1/2at^2

I was thinking about using the equation x=x(initial)+V(initial)*t+1/2at^2