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Conical Problem?

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https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:U6Rur2gYqS4J:www.math.northeastern.edu/~olson/U240/Project%2520Solution.pdf+&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESivq5z5CEG_O2PeBnLvu90G4ASTQN0mqi8XFFROxEQu1nX_DYjwm9pKPnizMmkIKoSat_Ldmw4YR80NbpNAO0X_hL3XpZFWPXNCtcLEJja5Cemi1e1W-KL2rUevXlNjcat6I_9T&sig=AHIEtbS299_sWJBmGmbAktLGSd-4SD4e2A On page 7 letter b.
I got \[\pi/9 * 3^{2} *-12\]
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It's telling me to log in to view the document :c that's too much work for me lol
really?? it didn't for me? I'll just type it out lol
Water is draining from a conical tank with height 12 feet and diameter 8 feet into cylindrical tank that has a base with area 400pi square feet. The depth h, in feet, of the water in the conical tank is changing at the rate of (h-12) feet per minute. (The volume V of a cone with radius r and height h is V = 1/3pir^2*h). a) Write an expression for the volume of water in the conical tank as a function of h. b) At what rate is the volume of water in the conical tank changing when h = 3? Indicate units of measure for a) i got \[\frac{ \pi }{ 27 } h ^{3}\] and b) i got 9pi ft/min
Crap sorry I gotta :C I'll come take a look at it in a little bit if someone hasn't helped you by then c:
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lol alright thanks :)

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