#### anexasaved

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If you rearrange the first part you find that the dV/dT of the first tap is dV/dT of the second tap, + t.awesome.

By any chance, did anyone get that "How many litres is the volume of liquid A greater than the volume of liquid B when the taps close?"

And how did you show the first part? I just subbed t=1?

So the find the difference in the volumes by integrating them, which is t, so you need to integrate t for 0-4,

& The answer is 8L