Posted by **Nancy** on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 1:33pm.

In a right triangle, if one leg (adjacent to 90 degrees) is 10cm, which is increasing at the speed of 2cm/s; and another leg is 24 cm, which is decreasing at 2cm/s. how fast is the hypotenuse changing at this time?

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