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 A conical container and a spherical balloon 2011-04-06 From Steven:Water is running out of a conical container 12 feet in diameter and 8 feet deep (vertex down) and filling a spherical balloon. At the instant the depth of the water in the cone is 4 feet, the radius of the sphere is approximately 4 feet. The rate of change of the depth of the water in the cone at the instant is approximately ______________ times the rate of change of the radius of the balloon.Answered by Penny Nom. The volume of water in a cone 2009-03-17 From Freddie:A ball of diameter 20cm rests in a conical container whose angle with the slant height and the vertical axis is 25degrees. if water is poured into the container just enough to touch the bottom of the ball, find the quantity of water in the container.Answered by Penny Nom.

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