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    instantaneous rate of change of solar radiation

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    The total solar radiation H on a particular surface during an average clear day is given by:
    H=5000/T^2+10

    where t (-6 < equal to or less than t < equal to or less than 6 ) is the number of hours from noon. Note that 6 a.m. is equivalent to t = -6. Find the instantaneous rate of change of H with respect to t at 3 p.m.

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