anonymous
  • anonymous
how do you calculate the slope of a secant line
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Hero
  • Hero
Using the slope formula
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats is all it is, so if i wanted to calculate the average rate of change between (6, 20.45455) and (2,1.92308) all i do is 20.45455-1.92308)/(6-2)
Hero
  • Hero
yup

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Hero
  • Hero
Think about it....The secant line is, well, just a line :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh that is a lot simpler than i was thinking what is this formula for (F(x1,+h)-f(x1))/h
Hero
  • Hero
You can still use that formula to calculate it. It's the same thing

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