Find the instantaneous rate, Mathematics

The time t required to test a computer memory unit is directly proportional to the square of the number n of memory cells in the unit. For a particular type of unit, n = 6400 for t = 25.0 s. Find the instantaneous rate of change of t with respect to n for this type of unit for n = 8000.

 

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