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# Water is leaking out of an inverted conical tank at a rate of at the same time that water is being pumped into the tank at a constant rate.

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Water is leaking out of an inverted conical tank at a rate of \(6700.0 \ \textrm{cm}^3/\textrm{min}\) at the same time that water is being pumped into the tank at a constant rate. The tank has height \(15.0 \ \textrm{m}\) and the diameter at the top is \(4.5 \ \textrm{m}\). If the water level is rising at a rate of \(23.0 \ \textrm{cm}/\textrm{min}\) when the height of the water is \(2.0 \ \textrm{m}\), find the rate at which water is being pumped into the tank in cubic centimeters per minute.

Apr 5, 2022

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Apr 6, 2022
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I give you a great video that is alost identical to your question.

You ask no questions, you make no comment whatsoever.

You just give me a thumbs down.

WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU!

Melody  Apr 6, 2022
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I just found (refound ) this.

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/according-to-the-alternate-form-of-the-definition

So I guess I should have known this was your expected behaviour.

It seems other people are well aware of what you are like.

Melody  Apr 6, 2022
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I don't have a problem with anyone here, and I did not downvote your comment to make you feel annoyed. The video you shared here helped solve my math problem, and I did not look into your answer until now. I don't always give my comments or questions in return because I don't need further help with my math problem. I'm very sorry if I made you mad today, and it seems it's already too late as all of my past posts have been downvoted to negative again, and I don't know if I can get help again.

GAMEMASTERX40  Apr 8, 2022
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I also notice that you want bake to the thread with Alan's great answer.

Did you show any appreciation for the answer, of course not, you just gave yourself more points!

I guess that is what I would have expected you to do your ungrateful little *@*#**

Melody  Apr 8, 2022
edited by Melody  Apr 8, 2022