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THE MEAN VALUE THEOREM; APPLICATIONS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND DERIVATIVES.....

the base of an isosceles triangle is 6feet. Given that the altitude is 4feet and increasing at the rate of 2inches per minute, at what rate is the vertex angle changing?

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