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CalculusQ&A Library21. Changing dimensions in a rectangle The length I of a rectangleis decreasing at the rate of 2 cm/sec while the width w is increas-ing at the rate of 2 cm/sec. When I = 12 cm and w = 5 cm, findthe rates of change of (a) the area, (b) the perimeter, and (c) thelengths of the diagonals of the rectangle. Which of these quantitiesare decreasing, and which are increasing?Question

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