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Homework Help: Mathh

Posted by Bobski on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at 8:32pm.

We pour water into a conical container of a radius of 10 cm with a height of 36cm at a rate of 70 cm^3/s. At what velocity does the water level increase when it reaches 12 cm?

dh/dt=?

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