Rates of Change -COE

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We can use the chain rule, one or more times to find rates of change in problems involving more than two variables. Imagine a cube with sides of size x. In an animation, the sides are increasing at 2mm/s. As x increases the volume, V, increases.

dV/dt is related to dx/dt. 'Rate of change' usually refers to the of change of…


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