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Find the rate of change for each table, equation, or graph. How did you find the rate of change?

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    help me out

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    rate of change is the derivative; in case of simpler graphs (like y=ax+b) it's the slope

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    so how do i find it out yo im sorry i dont get this stuff.

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    well, this is a simple line so, the rate of change is given by the slope. Now, choose 2 points (6,25) and (0,0) for example, the RoC will be (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)=25-0/6-0

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    so the rate of change is 25/6

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    right?

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    yes, you can try any 2 points of the line and it should be the same ('cos is a line, a straight line xD)

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