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    Rate of Change of Volume and Diameter of a Tree, Acceleration and Velocity Functions

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    According to the Doyle log rule , the volume V in broad feet of a log of length L (feet) and diameter D (inches) at the small end is

    V= (D-4/4)^2 *L

    Find the rate at which the volume is changing with respect to D for a 12-foot long log whose smallest diameter is a.) 8 inches, b.) 16 inches, c.) 24 inches, and d.) 36 inches.

    The position function of a particle is given by s= 1/ t^2 + 2t + t
    where s is the height in feet and t is the time in seconds.
    Find the velocity and acceleration functions

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    The Rate of Change of Volume and Diameter of a Tree and Acceleration and Velocity Functions are investigated.

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