The first equation in the system models the height, h, of a falling volleyball as a function of time, t.

The first equation in the system models the height, h, of a falling volleyball as a function of time, t. The second equation models the height, h, of the hands of a player jumping up to spike the ball as a function of time, t. Which statement describes the situation modeled by this system? StartLayout Enlarged Left-Brace 1st Row h = 14 minus 16 t squared 2nd Row h = 7 24 t minus 16 t squared EndLayout The volleyball is 7 feet above the ground at the instant the player begins her jump. The volleyball is 14 feet above the ground at the instant the player begins her jump. The volleyball is 16 feet above the ground at the instant the player begins her jump. The volleyball is 24 feet above the ground at the instant the player begins her jump.

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