rates question.notebook April 27, 2008
On the countryside, lies an intersection of roads. 12 km North of the
intersection is positioned Car A, moving north of the intersection at the
rate of 90km/h. 6 km West of the intersection is positioned another Car
B, moving towards the intersection at the rate of 72 km/h.
If the rate at which the distance between the cars A and B is increasing is
equivalent to the time required in minutes, for a bicycle to reach its
destination, find the distance travelled by the bike given the following of
s(t) = y
s(0) = 4
Apr 265:44 PM
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