Posted by **Ralph** on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at 8:18pm.

The two sides of a isosceles triangle have a fixed lenght of 14 cm. The opposite angle at the base of the triangle increases by 0.3 rad/min.

a) what is the growth rate dx/dt of the base of the triangle when the opposite angle mesures 1.6 rad? (Use the law of sin)

b) What is the growth rate dA/dt of the the triangles area when the opposite angle at the base mesures 1.6 rad?

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