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Rates Question1

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Related Rates and Antidifferentiation

Related Rates and Antidifferentiation

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  • 1. rates question.notebook April 27, 2008 Question: 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  the bicycle: s(t) = y s(0) = 4 Apr 26­5:44 PM 1

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