A gas tank on a dock has a small puncture and is leaking gas at the rate of
1cm^3/min into a lake. It forms a circular slick that is 1 mm thick on the surface of the water.
Find the amount of gas leaked as a function of time?
A gas tank on a dock has a small puncture and is leaking gas at the rate of
1cm^3/min into a lake. It forms a circular slick that is 1 mm thick on the surface of the water.
Find the amount of gas leaked as a function of time?
Does the question actually say this? If it does, then the volume of gas, $\displaystyle V\text{ cm}^3$, that has leaked at time $\displaystyle t$ min, is simply $\displaystyle V= t$.