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sweett2639

  • 2 years ago

A rope is attached to the bow of a sailboat coming in for the evening. Assume that the rope is drawn in over a pulley 5 ft higher that the bow at a rate of 2 ft per sec. how fast is the boat docking when the length of the rope from bow to pulley is 13 ft? (answer: 13/6 ft/sec)

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    x=sqrt(13^2 -5^2) vel v=13(2ft/sec)/x v=? ft/sec

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