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Can someone clarify Instantaneous rate of change? Please :)
it is also denoted as dy/dx
the rate of change that occurs at an instant point in time as opposed to an average over an interval
i.e derivative of their function ...........
Oh well that makes things much easier O.o I can handle derivatives ;D
the average rate of change is measured over an interval; (end-finish)/2 the instant rate of change at any given point is how fast its changeing at that moment
\[\Delta r = instantaneous change/\Delta t\]