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unkabogable

  • 2 years ago

the dimensions of a rectangle are continuously changing. the width increases at the rate of 3 in/s while the length decreases at the rate of 2 in/s. at one instant the rectangle is a 20 inches square. how fast is its area changing 3s later?

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    @experimentX Can you help here..

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