**Problem 13**

A trapezoidal trough is 10 ft long, 4 ft wide at the top, 2 ft wide at the bottom and 2 ft deep. If water flows in at 10 ft^{3}/min, find how fast the surface is rising, when the water is 6 in deep.

**Problem 14**

For the trough in Problem 13, how fast the water surface is rising when the water is 1 foot deep.

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**Problem 04**

A triangular trough 10 ft long is 4 ft across the top, and 4 ft deep. If water flows in at the rate of 3 ft^{3}/min, find how fast the surface is rising when the water is 6 in deep.

**Problem 05**

A triangular trough is 10 ft long, 6 ft wide across the top, and 3 ft deep. If water flows in at the rate of 12 ft^{3}/min, find how fast the surface is rising when the water is 6 in deep.

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**Problem 03**

A rectangular trough is 10 ft long and 3 ft wide. Find how fast the surface rises, if water flows in at the rate of 12 ft^{3}/min.

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**Problem 01**

Water is flowing into a vertical cylindrical tank at the rate of 24 ft^{3}/min. If the radius of the tank is 4 ft, how fast is the surface rising?

**Problem 02**

Water flows into a vertical cylindrical tank at 12 ft^{3}/min, the surface rises 6 in/min. Find the radius of the tank.

**Problem 02**

Water flows into a vertical cylindrical tank at 12 ft^{3}/min, the surface rises 6 in/min. Find the radius of the tank.

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**Problem 28**

A water tank, open at the top, consists of a right circular cylinder and a right circular cone, as shown. If the altitude of the cylinder is three times its radius, and the altitude of the cone is two times the same radius, find the number of square feet of sheet metal required to construct a tank having a capacity of 10,000 gal. (One gal. = 231 cu. in.)

**Problem 137**

A water tank, 22 ft in diameter, is made from steel plates that are 1/2 in. thick. Find the maximum height to which the tank may be filled if the circumferential stress is limited to 6000 psi. The specific weight of water is 62.4 lb/ft^{3}.

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