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    @aaronq @annas @puppylover0617 @mathmate

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    @dan815

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    rate of change between x = 0 and x = pi is ( f(pi) - f(0) )/ (pi - 0)

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    can you explain more? i dont undrstand what to do? @Vocaloid

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    what is f(pi)?

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    where did the f come from

  8. Vocaloid
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    f(pi) just means evaluate the function at pi what is the value of the function when x = pi?

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    how do you know?

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    what is y when x = pi?

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    -1

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    good, what is y when x = 0?

  13. anonymous
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    5

  14. Vocaloid
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    ok, so our formula becomes: rate of change = (-1-5)/(pi-0)

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    -6/pi?

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