Water flows from the bottom of a storage tank at a rate of r(t)=200-4t liters per min, where 0<t<50. Find the volume of water that flows out during the first 10 min.
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Water flows out from the tank at a rate that is a function of time and given by the expression r(t) = 200 - 4t liters per minute.
To determine the volume of water that flows out during the first 10 minutes the function r(t) has to be integrated between the limits 0 and 10....
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