# Livre Declic Math Seconde Corrigé

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4. (10 points) A caﬀeinated beverage is brewed by placing water in an inverted cone-shaped ﬁlter of radius 3 cm and height 5 cm, and allowing it to leak through the cone’s vertex into a cylindrical cup of the same radius and height. (You may assume the cone is suspended well above the top of the cup.) The leaking is such that the water level in the cone ﬁlter decreases at a rate of 0.5 cm/sec. How fast is the water level in the cup rising when the water level in the cone ﬁlter is 2 cm above the vertex? .
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