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for the first part, rate of change is the same as the slope of a line. so you can look at it as rise over run, or y/x. based on y/x you can see that your rate of change is 5. for part B: just find where the line intersects the corners of the boxes again for the first time, then look at rise over run again. it looks like it's 25/3 to me

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which problem would you like to do?
@satellite73 well i would like someone to help me with all of it actually, task 1and task 2.
ok lets do part one of task 1 how many steps from \(x=2\) to \(x=4\) ?
i hope it is clear what i am asking another way to ask this is what is \(4-2\) ?

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