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A small planet has a spherical shape, its radius is 20 km, it is covered with ice whose thickness is 1/4 km (250 m). use differentials to approximate the volume of the ice.
Please show a detailed solution, @Calculus1
 3 years ago
A small planet has a spherical shape, its radius is 20 km, it is covered with ice whose thickness is 1/4 km (250 m). use differentials to approximate the volume of the ice. Please show a detailed solution, @Calculus1

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giggles123
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Dy=F'( x)(Dx) \[F'(x)=4\pi r^2\] Dx=1/4 \[Dy=4*\pi*20^2*.25>1256km\] That's the volume of the Ice

giggles123
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1You have to take the derivative of the volume
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