Posted by **ibranian** on Sunday, August 12, 2012 at 11:17pm.

San falls from a conveyor belt at the rate of 10 m^3/min onto the top of a conical pile. The height of the pile is always three-eighths of the base diameter. How fast are (a) height and (b) radius changing when the pile is 4 m height? Answer in cm/min.

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