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Does anyone remember how to use differentials to approximate?

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  1. bahrom7893 Group Title
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    Use differentials to approximate the change in the surface area of a sphere as the radius changes.

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  2. Algebraic! Group Title
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    at what radius?

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    related rates?

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  4. Algebraic! Group Title
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    no.

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    differentials.

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    s = 4pir^2 so : ds = 4pi * 2rdr ds = 8pirdr

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    okay thanks

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    yw

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    That's all I wanted to know @Coolsector , thanks, no useless info lol

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    hmm isn't related rates differential @Algebraic! ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Related_rates

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    no.

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  12. bahrom7893 Group Title
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    in related rates, you find the RATE of change

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    with differentials, you find the change itself

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