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Part A: How can I find the rate of change of a bushel of corn in the current year, and find the value? (Look at the graph and table chart)

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  1. anonymous
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  3. undeadknight26
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    Rate of change is easy...Just take two points and put them into: y2 - y1/x2 - x1 to receive the answer :D

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    O_O ?!?

  5. anonymous
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    whats y2?

  6. undeadknight26
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    Lets take 16,2 for and 32,4... 16 = y1 2 = x1 32 = y2 4 = x2

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    thank you :/

  8. undeadknight26
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    This did not help? Well let me give you an example: 32 - 16/4 - 2 16/2 = 8 So the rate of change between these two points would be 8.

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