A house contains an above ground swimming pool in the shape of a circular cylinder. The radius of the cylindrical pool is 12 feet, and the height is 4 feet. At time $t = 0$ hours, the pool contains 1,000 cubic feet of water. During the next 12 hours ($t = 0$ until $t = 12$), water is pumped into the pool at a rate of $P(t)$ cubic feet per hour. During the same time interval, water is leaking from hole in the side of the pool at a rate of $L(t)$ cubic feet per hour. The table below gives values of the pumping rate and leaking rate every two hours between $t = 0$ and $t = 12$.
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|Time||Pumping Rate P(t)||Leak Rate L(t)|
Decide whether the following statements are true or false.
The water level of the pool is rising at the greatest rate at t = 5.
The water level of the pool reaches its greatest height at t = 5.
The pool will have a greater volume of water at t = 12 than at t = 0.
By t = 12, the height of the water is more than 60% of the way to the top of the pool.