# Related rate Problems

<p>They suck</p>

<p>Now discuss</p>

<p>They suck because you have to apply ALL YOUR KNOWLEDGE from all different areas of geometry and algebra, as in knowing ratios for cylinders.</p>

<p>Ooh, I like them :] Sorry except not.</p>

<p>They shouldn't be hard if you're in Precalculus or Calculus, you'd know already how to apply it.</p>

<p>awww, i kinda like related rates...</p>

<p>Well, I like them too but I just stated what is hard :)</p>

<p>They've been the easiest thing so far in Calculus, imo. Once you get it, you never get one wrong.</p>

<p>If you understood math, instead of trying to memorize formulas, they would be simple.</p>

<p>Nah, I just had been doing a bunch of em for a while. I'll admit their pretty easy. They are just a pain in bulk.</p>

<p>haha i just had a test on them on monday :)
it took forever for me to figure out implicit differentiation though...</p>

<p>implicit differentiation for me was easy. Higher derivates though, oh my god.</p>

<p>we should team up :P</p>

<p>Implicit differentiation was extremely easy for me, even though I missed day chain rule was taught on -- figured out from examples teacher was solving.
Beside that, calc goes pretty easy, except maybe from where they start to analyze ranges for other trig. functions (sec, csc) -- I skipped pre-calc :)</p>

<p>AP Calc is by far my favorite class. :)</p>

<p>My teacher rules, I sit there, watch him do examples, I do my homework during seminar (and finish it) and I get 95+% on like all the tests. Cheers. I love having good teachers.</p>

<p>Let's not talk about AP econ though :(</p>

<p>I'm finding ap stat harder than ap calc.</p>

<p>wow, all you guys are on related rates, chainrule, etc.</p>

<p>my ap calc class hasn't even begun to start on derivitaves yet, probably b/c the teacher spent an eternity reviewing trig, logs, and other precalc</p>

<p>in response to guguru...</p>

<p>ap stats is my easiest class,
ap calc was my second hardest...
but is now my third easiest (out of 6) :)</p>