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 The distance between the origin and a moving point on a graph 2017-10-16 From Paulina:Find the rate of change of the distance between the origin and a moving point on the graph of y=x^2 +1 if dx/dt=2 centimeters per secondAnswered by Penny Nom. At what time will Sara catch up with Jake? 2016-05-07 From Laura:At 11:00 a.m., Jake started driving along a highway at constant speed of 50 miles per hour. A quarter of an hour later, Sara started driving along the same highway in the same direction as Jake at the constant speed of 65 miles per hour. At what time will Sara catch up with Jake?Answered by Penny Nom. Fitting a sofa through a doorway 2010-04-06 From Yvonne:Hi, I would be most grateful if you could help me, because I have no idea how to work this out! I am moving from a house to a flat, and the doors in the flat are 70 cm wide. I have a sofa 88 x 88 x 215. Will it go through the door if we tip it sideways at an angle? Thanks, Yvonne BeckAnswered by Robert Dawson. How much space we are talking about when they say 500 cf? 2007-09-11 From Rhonda:I was informed while planning a move that the moving company will allow 500 cubic feet of moving space. Anything over that is \$5.99 per cf. How do I find out exactly how much space we are talking about when they say 500 cf ?? Thank-you in advance for the advice.Answered by Stephen la Rocque. A rate of change problem 2004-10-15 From Frank:Find the rate of change of the distance between the origin and a moving point on the graph of y = x(squared) + 1 if dx/dt = 2 centimeters per second. Answered by Penny Nom.

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