The maximum height is $$y= 4.$$
Work Step by Step
The particle’s height is $y = 4 − t^2$. Now, to find the maximum height, we put the derivative equal to zero, that is, $y'=-2t=0$, then $t=0$. Hence, the maximum height is $$y(0)=4-0^2=4.$$
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