An inverted cone has a radius of 4 cm and a height of 16 cm. Initially, the cone is full of water, and it flows from the bottom of the cone at a rate of 50cm^3 per minute. Find the rate at which the height of water is decreasing (in cm per minute) when the height of the water is 5 cm. for this one i already know the derivative and the formula, but i dont know if my answer is right

Boyle's Law states (assuming that the temperature is constant) that the pressure and volume of a gas are inversely proportional. Suppose Gas X is at 1 atm (atmosphere) and takes up 200 cm^3, If the pressure is increased by 0.1 atm /min then after 10 minutes, at what rate is the volume decreasing? I honestly don't know where to go from here, it feels like i do not have enough info to solve it

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