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Topic: [ap-calculus] related rates
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Dixie Ross

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RE: [ap-calculus] related rates
Posted: Oct 4, 2012 8:32 AM
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Yes, there was actually an AP free response question about this. It is 1992 BC 5

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my class is making their own related rates problems. One group wants to compare the rate of change of the length of a bungy cord to its radius during a bungy jump. It is reasonable to do this through a constant (cylindrical or otherwise) volume, right?
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