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Jenna97

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I hope someone can show me how to do this.

I don't want to offend anyone, but the truth is i have no work to show.

I have exam on monday and i know a task like this will be given, exactly the same just different numbers.

I have no vision on studying math but i need to pass this class to study biology. Again hope to not offend anyone and that someone can show me how to do this.

A cone-shaped tank (with the tip facing upwards) with a radius of 1 meter

and height 3 m is emptied of water. Show that when the water height is h meters, where

0 ≤ h ≤ 3, the volume of water in the tank is given by

v(h)=pi(h-(h^2/3)+(h^3/27)

When the water level in the tank is 2 meters, the tank is emptied with a speed of 1/2

cubic meters per minute. How fast is the water depth declining at this point?