Karma baked 48 cookies yesterday. Every hour, she bakes another batch of 12 cookies. What is the rate of change for the scenario described?

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Karma baked 48 cookies yesterday. Every hour, she bakes another batch of 12 cookies. What is the rate of change for the scenario described?

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48/12=4 4 is your answer
@Black_ninja123 wouldnt it be 12?
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Its 4
@TheSmartOne woud it be 12?
Your question makes no sense.
It goes from the past to the present and the question is vague.
4 12 60 48
those are my answers ^
Every 4 hours she makes 48 cookies. So we can make a rate of 4:48 equal to 1:12, Does that help?
but it says that she already had 48?
it says she bakes another 12
The existing 48 is the starting point, so they put it in there to confuse you. The starting point has nothing to do with the rate of change.
Also, rate of change means slope
Rate of change is the slope.
okay so 4?
Just like @Black_ninja123 I think it is 4, @ccchristian1,
No, it is not 4.
its 12 right ?
If the rate of change was 4 then in 1 hour they would make another 4, so yes, your original answer ccchristian1 (12) was correct.
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