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The tank in the form of a right-circular cone of radius 7 feet and height 39...

The tank in the form of a right-circular cone of radius 7 feet and height 39 feet standing on its end, vertex down, is leaking through a circular hole of radius 4 inches. Assume the friction coefficient to be c=0.6 and g=32ft/s^2 . Then the equation governing the height h of the leaking water is

dhdt=_______________

If the tank is initially full, it will take _________ seconds to empty.

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