Calculus-Related Rates - 79823

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  • From: Mathematics, Calculus
  • Due on: Mon 03 Dec, 2018 (02:00pm)
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You have a string that is 24 ft in length. You make a square with part of it and an equilateral triangle with the other part. Keeping these two basic shapes, we decrease the side of the square at the rate of 4 ft/s. At what rate are the sides of the triangle increasing? At what rate is the area of the triangle increasing when the sides of it are 4 ft each? What are the dimensions of the equilateral triangle and square that give the maximum and minimum total areas?

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