Post a New Question

AP Calculus

posted by .

Sand pouring from a chute forms a conical pile whose height is always equal to the diameter. If the height increases at a constant rate of 5 ft/min, at what rate is sand pouring from the chute when the pile is 10 ft high?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. 12th grade

    Wheat is falling from a chute onto a level floor at a rate of 8pi ft3/min to form a conical pile. If the height of the pile is always equal to the radius of its base, at what rate is the radius increasing when the pile is 8 ft deep?
  2. Calculus

    A storage tank used to hold sand is leaking. The sand forms a conical pile whose height is twice the radius of the base. The radius of the pile increases at the rate of 2 inches per minute. Find the rate of change of volume when the …
  3. Calculus

    Sand is poured onto a level piece of ground at the rate of 0.25 m^3/min and forms a conical pile whose height is equal to its base diameter. How fast is the height increasing at the instant when the height is 0.50 m?
  4. calculus

    grain is being poured through a chute at rate of 8 ft^3/min and forms a conical pile whose radius of the bottom is always 1/2 the height of pile. How fast is circumference increasing when the pile is 10 feet high?
  5. CALCULUS

    A pile of sand in the shape of a cone whose base diameter is 4 times its height is being built up at 12 pi m3/min. How fast is the height of the pile increasing 3 min after the pouring begins.
  6. Timerate problem(calculus)

    Sand is being dropped at the rate 10 metercube/min onto a conical pile. If the height of the pile is always twice the base radius, at what rate is the increasing when the pile is 8 m high?
  7. Calculus

    Sand pouring from a conveyor belt forms a conical pile the radius of which is 3/4 of the height. If the sand is filling up at a constant rate of 1/2m^3/min, at what rate is the height of the pile is growing 3 min after the pouring …
  8. Calculus 1

    sand is being poured onto the ground forming a conical pile whose height equals 1/4 of the diameter of the base. The sand is falling at a rate of 20cm^3/sec. How fast is the height of the sand pile increasing when it is 3cm high?
  9. Calculus 1

    sand is being poured onto the ground forming a conical pile whose height equals 1/4 of the diameter of the base. The sand is falling at a rate of 20cm^3/sec. How fast is the height of the sand pile increasing when it is 3cm high?
  10. Time rates

    sand is being dragged at the rate of 10m^3/min into a conical pile. if the height of the pile is always twice the base radius, at what rate is the height increasing when the pile is 2m high?

More Similar Questions

Post a New Question