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    change in depth of water

    A bowl is created by taking the graph y=\frac{x^4}{100} from x=0 to x=6 and revolving it around the y-axis. Milk is being poured into the bowl at a constant rate of 200 cubic feet per minute. A crack in the bowl appears when the milk reaches a depth of 5 feet, causing milk to leak out of the bowl at 30 cubic feet per minute. What is the rate of change in the depth of the milk when the milk reaches a depth of 12 feet?
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