anonymous
  • anonymous
(!!HELP, PLEASE!) How would I approach a related rates problem that asks me to find the rate of water leaking from an inverted conical tank? I was thinking dv/dt = dP/dt (the rate water is being added) - dL/dt (the unknown, or the rate of the leak). I know h - both of them. I'd have to find dv/dt, right? Please help!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I was thinking of simply subtracting the derivatives once I find them.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Chain rule:\[\frac{dy}{dx}=\frac{dy}{du}*\frac{du}{dx}\] Usually comes in handy when solving for related rates, but I actually don't know how to solve this question.
precal
  • precal
http://www.mathscoop.com/calculus/derivatives/applications/related-rates-cylinder-problems.php try this website, it might help you

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@precal I'm still not understanding finding the rate of a leak....

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