Posted by **y** on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 12:11pm.

Sand is being poured from a converyer belt forming a conical pile whose base diameter is eual to its height at all times. If the base diameter is inreasing at 2 m/min when the base is 2 m wide. How fast is the sand being poured onto the pile?

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