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Posted by Thien Nguyen on Friday, April 26, 2013 at 1:04am.

An observer is located on the ground 6 kilometers from the point where a space shuttle is launched (vertically). When the shuttle is 8 kilometers high, it is travelling at 500 kilometers per hour. Determine, for that moment, the rate at which the distance between the observer and the shuttle is changing.

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