1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A conical tank has a base radius of 6 feet and a height of 10 feet. Initially the tank is empty. Water is poured into the tank at a rate of 75 ft/min. How fast is the depth of the water in the tank changing when the water in the tank reaches a height of 5 ft? 8 ft? when the tank is half full? 2. Relevant equations V= 1/3πr^2h (π=pi) 3. The attempt at a solution r/h=6/10 6h= 10r r=3/5h. My teacher told us to set up a radius and height relation to get ride of differentiating the radius later. V= 1/3πr^2h dv/dt= 1/3π(9/25h^2)h =1/3π(9/25)h^3 dv/dt= 1/3π(9/25)3h^2 dv/dt= π(9/25)100(5)= 180π ft/s @ 5 ft π(9/25)100(8)= 280π ft/s @ 8 ft π(9/25)100(5)= 180π ft/s @ 1/2 tank (since half of the tank is also 5 ft) Are these correct? 2. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A rectangle has a constant area of 200 sq meters and length, L, is increasing at 4 meters/s. a. Width, W, at instant the width is decreasing at .5 m/s? b. At what rate is the diagonal, D, of the rectangle changing at the instant the width is 10 m? 2. Relevant equations A=lw 3. The attempt at a solution A=lw Da/dt= l(dw/dt) + w (dl/dt) 200= l (-.5) + 4w I set it up, but couldn’t figure out how to substitute for l or w. Is there another way? 3. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Water is draining from a conical tank with height 12 feet and diameter 8 feet into a cylindrical tank that has a base with area 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. Equations: V= 1/3πr^2h A) Write an expression for the volume of the water in the conical tank as a function of h. r/h = 4/12 4h= 12r r=1/3h V= 1/3π1/9 h^3 correct? B) At what rate is the volume of the water in the conical tank changing when h=3? Dv/dt= 1/3 π 3h^2 dh/dt Π/3 (1/9)3 (12)^2 dh/dt Π(144)3/27 432 π/27= 16 π ft/min correct? C) Let y be the depth, in feet, of the water in the cylindrical tank. At what rate is y changing when h = 3? 2. Relevant equations v=bh attempt y=bh, letting y be the depth dy/dt= b dh/dt + h db/dt dy/dt= 3 db/dt + 400 π dh/dt, ? Not sure what to do here.