IsTim
In the difference quotient, is h always 0.001?



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zscdragon
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nop lol

IsTim
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How do I figure out h then?

IsTim
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Whereas by difference quotient, I use the formula m=(f(a+h)f(a))/h.

anonymous
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h be a variable

IsTim
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How would I figure out h then, as that's all I put down in the note.

anonymous
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you do not figure out h, it is a variable

IsTim
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Ok. I just looked at the answer. I just realized how foolish I am. Thank you.