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You are on a Ferris wheel of diameter 20 m. It is rotating at 1 revolution per minute. How fast are you rising or falling when you are 6 m horizontally away from the vertical line passing through the centre of the wheel?

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  1. Algebraic!
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  3. Algebraic!
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    any questions about those steps?

  4. bii17
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    i didnt get it.. i need a solution about the differentiation with respect to time

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    @Algebraic!

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    you defined it parametrically ?

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    are you learning about parametric equations?

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    hello?

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    x= r*cos(w*t) y=r*sin(w*t) find t when x=6 differentiate y(t) plug in the t value you found.

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