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To do these problems, you may need to use one or more of the following: The

Pythagorean Theorem, Similar Triangles, Proportionality ( A is proportional to

B means that A = kB, for some constant k).

down the wall at a rate of 1 foot per second. How fast is the bottom of

the ladder slipping along the ground when the bottom of the ladder is 7

feet away from the base of the wall?

First, make a sketch of a triangle whose hypotenuse is the ladder. Let

y(t) be the height of the ladder with the vertical wall, and let x(t) be the

length of the bottom of the ladder with the vertical wall. Then

dy dx

The problem can then be interpreted as: If dt = 1, what is dt when

x = 7?

Differentiating with respect to time:

dx dy

2x(t) + 2y(t) =0

dt dt

we have numbers for dy dt and x(t)- we need a number for y in order to solve

for dx

dt . Use the original equation, and

72 + y 2 (t) = 252 y = 24

dx

Now plug everything in and solve for dt :

dx dx 24

27 + 2 24 (1) = 0 =

dt dt 7

2. A 5-foot girl is walking toward a 20-foot lamppost at a rate of 6 feet per

second. How fast is the tip of her shadow (cast by the lamppost) moving?

Let x(t) be the distance of the girl to the base of the post, and let y(t)

be the distance of the tip of the shadow to the base of the post. If youve

drawn the right setup, you should see similar triangles...

Hgt of post Dist of tip of shadow to base

=

Hgt of girl Dist of girl to base

In our setup, this means:

20 y(t)

=

5 y(t) x(t)

With a little simplification, we get:

3y(t) = 4x(t)

1

We can now interpret the question as asking what dy dx

dt is when dt = 6.

Differentiating, we get

dy dx

3 =4

dt dt

so that the final answer is dy

dt = 8, which we interpret to mean that the

tip of the shadow is approaching the post at a rate of 8 feet per second.

3. Under the same conditions as above, how fast is the length of the girls

shadow changing?

Let L(t) be the length of the shadow at time t. Then, by our previous

setup,

L(t) = y(t) x(t)

dL dy dx

so dt = dt dt = 8 (6) = 2.

4. A rocket is shot vertically upward with an initial velocity of 400 feet per

second. Its height s after t seconds is s = 400t 16t2 . How fast is the

distance changing from the rocket to an observer on the ground 1800 feet

away from the launch site, when the rocket is still rising and is 2400 feet

above the ground?

We can form a right triangle, where the launch site is the vertex for the

right angle. The height is s(t), given in the problem, the length of the

second leg is fixed at 1800 feet. Let u(t) be the length of the hypotenuse.

Now we have:

du

and we can interpret the question as asking what dt is when s(t) = 2400.

Differentiating, we get

du ds du ds

2u(t) = 2s(t) or u(t) = s(t)

dt dt dt dt

To solve for du ds

dt , we need to know s(t), u(t) and dt . We are given s(t) =

2400, so we can get u(t):

p

u(t) = 24002 18002 = 3000

Now we need ds 2

dt . We are given that s(t) = 400t 16t , so

ds

dt = 400 32t.

That means we need t. From the equation for s(t),

2400 = 400t 16t2 16t2 + 400t 2400 = 0

Solve this to get t = 10 or t = 15. Our rocket is on the way up, so we

choose t = 10. Finally we can compute ds

dt = 400 32(10) = 80. Now,

du

3000 = 2400(80)

dt

du

so dt = 64 feet per second (at time 10).

2

5. A small funnel in the shape of a cone is being emptied of fluid at the rate

of 12 cubic centimeters per second (the tip of the cone is downward). The

height of the cone is 20 cm and the radius of the top is 4 cm. How fast

is the fluid level dropping when the level stands 5 cm above the vertex of

the cone [The volume of a cone is V = 13 r2 h].

Draw a picture of an inverted cone. The radius at the top is 4, and the

overall height is 20. Inside the cone, draw some water at a height of h(t),

with radius r(t).

We are given information about the rate of change of volume of water, so

we are given that dV

dt = 12. Note that the formula for volume is given in

terms of r and h, but we only want dh

dt . We need a relationship between r

and h...

You should see similar triangles (Draw a line right through the center of

the cone. This, and the line forming the top radius are the two legs. The

outer edge of the cone forms the hypotenuse).

radius of top overall height 4 20

= =

radius of water level height of water r h

so that r = h5 . Substituting this into the formula for the volume will give

the volume in terms of h alone:

1 2 1 h 1

V = r h = ( )2 h = h3

3 3 5 75

Now,

dV 3 2 dh

= h

dt 75 dt

dV

and we know dt = 12, h = 5, so

dh 12

=

dt

6. A balloon is being inflated by a pump at the rate of 2 cubic inches per

second. How fast is the diameter changing when the radius is 12 inch?

The volume is V = 34 r3 (this formula would be given to you on an

exam/quiz). If we let h be the diameter, then we know that 2r = h, so we

can make V depend on diameter instead of radius:

4 h 3

V = ( ) = h3

3 2 6

dh

Now, the question is asking for dt when h = 1, and we are given that

dV

dt = 2. Differentiate, and

dV dh dh

= 3h2 = h2

dt 6 dt 2 dt

dh 4

so that dt = .

3

7. A particle moves on the hyperbola x2 18y 2 = 9 in such a way that its y

coordinate increases at a constant rate of 9 units per second. How fast is

the xcoordinate changing when x = 9?

dx

In this example, we dont need any labels. The question is to find dt when

dy

dt = 9. Differentiate to get:

dx dy

2x 36y =0

dt dt

Were going to need the y value when x = 9, so go back to the original

equation:

92 18y 2 = 9 y = 2

so we need to consider 2 yvalues. Putting these into our derivative, we

get:

dx

29 36 2 9 = 0

dt

dx dx

so that dt = 36. Put in y = 2 to get the second value of dt = 36

slope of the curve is 12 and the xcoordinate is decreasing at 3 units per

second. At that point, how fast is the ycoordinate changing?

The key point here is that we want to think about both x and y as functions

of t, so that when we differentiate, we get (use chain rule):

dy dx

= f 0 (x)

dt dt

The slope of the curve at a certain point is f 0 (x) = 12 , and dx

dt = 3, so

we can plug these values in to get the change in y (with respect to time):

dy 1 3

= (3) =

dt 2 2

9. A rectangular trough is 8 feet long, 2 feet across the top, and 4 feet deep.

If water flows in at a rate of 2 cubic feet per minute, how fast is the surface

rising when the water is 1 foot deep?

The trough is a rectangular box. Let x(t) be the height of the water at

time t. Then the volume of the water is:

dV dx

V = 16x = 16

dt dt

dV dx

Put in dt = 2 to get that dt = 18 .

10. If a mothball (sphere) evaporates at a rate proportional to its surface area

4r2 , show that its radius decreases at a constant rate.

4

Let V (t) be the volume at time t. We are told that

dV

= kA(t) = k4r2

dt

dr

We want to show that dt is constant.

By the formula for V (t) = 43 r3 , we know that:

dV dr

= 4r2

dt dt

dV dr

Now compare the two formulas for dt , and we see that dt = k, which was

the constant of proportionality!

ycoordinate changing 3 times more rapidly than the xcoordinate?

Lets differentiate:

dy dx

= 3x2

dt dt

From this, we see that if we want dy dx

dt = 3 dt , then we must have x = 1.

We also could have x = 0, y = 0, since 0 is 3 times 0. All the points on

the curve are therefore:

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