# How do you find the rate at which volume is increasing?

## How do you find the rate at which volume is increasing?

The rate of change in volume is dV/dt. The question is asking for the rate that the side length is changing. That would be ds/dt. If we take the derivative of both sides of V = s^3 with respect to time, we get dV/dt = d/dt[s^3].

## How does volume of cone change with height?

The volume of a cone is 1/3 times the area of the base of the cone, times the height.

How do you find the volume rate?

So, we get a new formula for the volume flow rate Q = A v Q=Av Q=AvQ, equals, A, v that is often more useful than the original definition of volume flow rate because the area A is easy to determine.

How do you calculate volume and rate?

Volumetric flow rate = A * v The equation can be rearranged to find the formula for pipe velocity.

### How many times does the volume of cone increases if the radius is doubled?

The volume of a cone is 1/3pihr^2, so if you double the radius the volume would quadruple.

### What is the rate of volume change?

The volume rate of change is the indicator that shows whether or not a volume trend is developing in either an up or down direction. You may be familiar with price rate of change (discussed here), which shows an investor the rate of change measured by the issue’s closing price.

How do you increase flow rate in a pipe?

In a fluid passing through a pipe, a reduction in the diameter of the pipe can compress the flowing fluid. It flows faster, which increases the flow rate. And if the diameter increases, then the flow rate reduces.

What is a rate of change?

Rate of change is used to mathematically describe the percentage change in value over a defined period of time, and it represents the momentum of a variable.

#### What is cone class4?

A cone is a three-dimensional shape in geometry that narrows smoothly from a flat base (usually circular base) to a point(which forms an axis to the centre of base) called the apex or vertex.