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    rate of change

    200(1-0.956e^(-.18t)=L(t)
    L=length
    t=time
    (a) find the rate of change of the length as a function of time
    ok so i redid the derivative and got 34.416e^(-.18t) then do i take f''(t)?
    (b) what is the rate when t=2
    enter in 2 for t in the derivative
    (c)when will the rate of growth =6
    make derivative =6
    so am i on the right path?
    Last edited by valvan; February 13th 2010 at 06:53 PM. Reason: did a derivative wrong
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    nevermind i figured it out
    Last edited by valvan; February 13th 2010 at 08:01 PM.
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