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Suppose a snowball remains spherical while it melts, with the radius r shrinking at 3 inch(es) per hour.

What is the numerical value of dr/dt when r is 4?

Step 1

Given: The radius of the spherical snowball is shrinking 3 inches in a hour.

To find the numerical value of dr/dt when radius, r = 4.

Step 2

Here the dr/dt is define as the rate of change of ra...

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