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    Volume problem...

    Water is flowing down a cylindrical pipe of radius r.

    Write a formula for the volume, V, of water that emerges from the end of the pipe in one second if the water is flowing at each of the following rates. (Use r for r and k for k as necessary.)


    1. 5 cm/sec
    V=

    2. k cm/sec
    V=
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    Quote Originally Posted by mer1988 View Post
    (Use r for r and k for k as necessary.)
    what?!

    anyway, i believe the answer is given by V = \pi r^2 (rate)
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    thats what i said when i first read it...

    thank you
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