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AP CALCULUS Chen Dongyang Date:12/1/2007 Teacher: Dela Cruz
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NO.1 A circle is increasing in area at the rate of.How fast is the radius increasing when the radio is 2 in?
Answer Step 1: Use the expression that relates the area of a circle to its radius: A=. Step 2 : Take the derivative of the expression with respect to t: Step 3:Plug In and r=2 Step 4: Last you can solve for, you will get
No.2 A spherical balloon is expanding at a rate of. How fast is the surface area of the balloon expanding when the radius of the balloon is 4 in?
Step 1: You are given the rate at which the volume's expanding, and you know the equation that relates volume to radius. But you have to radius area to surface area as well, because you've got to find the surface area's rate of change. This means that you'll need the equation for volume and surface area of sphere:
You`re trying to find,but A is given in terms of r, so you have to get first. We can get from equation of volume: And,so
Step 2:Now,we take the derivative of the other equation with respect to t: We can plug in for r and from the previous step and we get: One final example.
No.3 A 25-foot long ladder is leaning against a wall and sliding away from the base of the wall at the a rate of 15 feet/sec, how fast is the top of the ladder sliding down the wall when the top of the ladder is 7feet from ground?
Step 1: we can know the ladder forms a right triangle with the wall. We let x stands for distance from the foot of the ladder to the base of the wall. We let y represent the distance from the top of the ladder to the ground. We can get a equation: Step 2:We take the derivative of the equation :
Step 3: We know the rate that the ladder is sliding away from the wall: We also are given the distance from the ladder to the top of the wall (y) is 7feet. We can get x:
Step 4: We can put the all information into the derivative:
Above the three examples are fromCracking the AP CALCULUS AB & BC Exams. Thank you for reading.