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A snowball has a radius of 3 inches. Assume the rate with which the volume of the snowball melts is proportional to its surface area. If, after 1 hour, the radius of the snowball is 2.9 inches, predict what the radius will be after one day. using separation of ordinary differential equations

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    can you solve it by using separation of differential equations

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