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Posted by Tanya on Friday, November 23, 2012 at 3:33pm.

A 16 ft. ladder leans against a wall, with the top being 12 ft. from the wall when time t=0. The top is sliding down at a constant rate of 4 ft./second. Given that the top of the ladder touches the ground at 3 seconds, what is the velocity of the bottom of the ladder when t=3?

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