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Section Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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Textbook Problem

If the rate of change of quantity A is 2 units of quantity A per unit of quantity B, and the rate of change of quantity B is 3 units of quantity B per unit of quantity C, what is the rate of change of quantity A with respect to quantity C?

To determine

To calculate: The rate of change of quantity A with respect to quantity C if the rate of change of quantity A is 2

units of quantity A per unit of quantity B and the rate of change of quantity B is 3

units of quantity B per unit of quantity C.

Explanation

Given Information:

The rate of change of quantity A is 2

units of quantity A per unit of quantity B and the rate of change of quantity B is 3

units of quantity B per unit of quantity C.

Calculation:

Consider that the rate of change of quantity A is 2

units of quantity A per unit of quantity B and the rate of change of quantity B is 3

units of quantity B per unit of quantity C

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