Posted by **Jake** on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 11:27pm.

An ocean oil well is leaking oil into the ocean at a rate of 1 m3/hr resulting in an oil slick in the form of a circular

disk (like a quarter or dime). If the slick remains in the shape of a disk with a constant thickness of 1/100 m as the disk expands, determine the rate at which the radius of the slick increases when the radius is 10 meters

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