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We investigate rapid TeV flaring in markarian 501 in the frame of a time-dependent one-zone synchrotron self-Compton (SSC) model. Inthis model, electrons are accelerated to extra-relativistic energy through the stochastic particle acceleration and evolve with the time, nonthermal photons are produced by both synchrotron and inverse Comtpon scattering off synchrotron photons. Moreover, nonthermal photons during a pre-flare are produced by the relativistic electrons in the steady state and those during a flare are produced by the electrons whose injection rate is changed at some time interval. We apply the model to the rapid flare of Markarian 501 on July 9, 2005 and obtain the multi-wavelength spectra during the pre-flare and during the flare. Our results show that the time-dependent properties of flares can be reproduced by varying the injection rate of electrons and a clear canonical anti-clockwise-loop can be given.