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Homework Help: AP CALC

Posted by Nel on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 8:02pm.

Two roads intersect at right angles. At a certain moment, one bicyclist is 8 miles due NORTH of the intersection traveling TOWARDS the intersection at a rate of 16 miles/hour. A second bicyclist is 10 miles due WEST of the intersection traveling AWAY from the intersection at 12 miles/hour.
(a) How fast is distance between the two bicyclists changing at this moment?

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