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d
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36.
If the radius of a circle is changed by a very small amount
D
r
, the change in the area can be thought of as a very thin
strip with length given by the circumference, 2
p
r
, and
width
D
r
. Therefore, the change in the area can be thought
of as (2
p
r
)(
D
r
), which means that the change in the area
divided by the change in the radius is just 2
p
r
.
37.
If the radius of a sphere is changed by a very small amount
D
r
, the change in the volume can be thought of as a very
thin layer with an area given by the surface area, 4
p
r
2
, and
a thickness given by
D
r.
Therefore, the change in the
volume can be thought of as (4
p
r
2
)(
D
r
), which means that
the change in the volume divided by the change in the
radius is just 4
p
r
2
.
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