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  • one year ago

i promise a medal What is the rate of change between the interval of x = pi over 4 and x = pi over two

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  1. anonymous
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    ._.

  3. anonymous
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    answer choices -8/pi -pi/8 -32/pi -pi/32

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    rate of change of what?

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    wait there is a graph

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    ok good

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    hold up lemme think

  9. anonymous
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    f(b)−f(a)/b−a use this formula

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    This is sine function with: amplitude = 4 frequency = 2π/3 vertical shift = −3 f(x) = 4 sin(3x) − 3 http://fooplot.com/#W3sidHlwZSI6MCwiZXEi... OK, after finding the actual function, using graph to find f(π/4) is a little misleading: f(π/4) = 4 sin(3π/4)−3 = 4(√2/2)−3 = 2√2−3 Rate of change = (f(π/2) − f(π/4)) / (π/2 − π/4) = (−7 − (2√2−3)) / (π/4) = (−4−2√2) / (π/4) = (−16−8√2) / π ≈ −8.694223444

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    can u figure out the answer from this?

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    -8/pi

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    ........

  14. anonymous
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    ya correct

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    thanks

  16. anonymous
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    np

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    What is the logarithmic form of the equation e5x ≈ 4768?

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    i have no idea XD

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    @pooja195 @pooja195 @pooja195

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    |dw:1434915896215:dw|

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    In what direction and by how many units is the graph of f(x) = 6 sin(2x + π) − 5 vertically and horizontally shifted

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