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A baseball player hits the ball at a 28° angle with an initial speed of 103 feet per second. The bat is 4 feet from the ground at the time of impact. Write a set of parametric equations to model the p

A baseball player hits the ball at a 28° angle with an initial speed of 103 feet per second. The bat is 4 feet from the ground at the time of impact. Write a set
of parametric equations to model the path of the baseball.
O A x=(103 cos 28°)t - 16t² and y=(103 sin 28°)t +4
O B x=(103 sin 28°)t +4-16t² and y=(103 cos 28°)t
O C x=(103 cos 28°)t and y=(103 sin 28°)t +4-16t²
O D x= (193 sin 28°)t and y=(103 cos 28°)t +4-16²

A baseball player hits the ball at a 28° angle with an initial speed of 103 feet per second. The bat is 4 feet from the ground at the time of impact. Write a set of parametric equations to model the path of the baseball. O A x=(103 cos 28°)t - 16t² and y=(103 sin 28°)t +4 O B x=(103 sin 28°)t +4-16t² and y=(103 cos 28°)t O C x=(103 cos 28°)t and y=(103 sin 28°)t +4-16t² O D x= (193 sin 28°)t and y=(103 cos 28°)t +4-16²