Posted by **ssss** on Thursday, October 18, 2007 at 8:59pm.

a spherical snowball with diameter 4 inches is removed from the freezer in June and begins melthing uniformly such that it is shrinking 2 cubic inches per minute. How fast ( in square inches per minute) is the surface area decreasing when the radius is 1 inch?

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