A Weather Rocket Is Initially At Rest On The Ground And Is Fired Straight Up It

A weather rocket is initially at rest on the ground and is fired straight up. It accelerates at 30 m/sec^2 for 30 seconds then runs out of fuel. The rocket then continues upward and reaches it’s highest point. Use g=9.8 m/sec^2.

What is the rockets maximum altitude?

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