# 12th Calculus

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the volume of a cube is increasing at the rate of 1200 cm^3/min at the instant it edges are 20cm long. at what rate are the edges changing at the instant?

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Is the cone angle staying the same? Is the edge length the slant height? What is the cone angle?

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