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Question 1:
The radius of a circular plate is increasing in length at 0.01 cm per second. What is the rate at which the area is increasing when the radius is 13 cm?
Solution :
Let "A" be the area and r be the radius.
rate of change = 0.01 cm
Area of circular plate A = Π r²
area of circular plate is increasing when radius increases.
Differentiate with respect to r on both sides
dA/dt = Π 2r (dr/dt)
here r = 13 cm and dr/dt = 0.01 cm
dA/dt = Π 2r (dr/dt)
dA/dt = Π 2(13) (0.01)
dA/dt = Π (26) (0.01)
dA/dt = Π (0.26)
dA/dt = 0.26 Π cm²/sec
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