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for a rate of change question, if your answer is negative it means that it is DECREASING right. So do you leave it as negative or change it to positive?

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    Leave it

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    Yes, leave the negative sign.

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    oh because i got a negative answer and in the solution booklet it changes it to positive

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    Does it say decrease by __(positive number)__?

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    In word you don't need to.

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    alrighto thanks, i got it!

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