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really could use some help on this on !!!

How do you think you should approach this? what do the terms average and instantaneous mean to you?

im getting (x^2 -9604)/(x-102) for the average rate of change equation

solve for y where ?!?

eabollich

yes

c(100) = 9600
c(102) = 10004
so...
(9600-10004)/(100 - 102)?

Is this for calculus or algebra?

calculus ab

and im starting to think this is wrong

Why do you think it is wrong?

because we didn't use an equation i was certain would be relevant

oh wait

you just proved me wrong :p

I changed the variables to X and Y but it is the same equation :)

okay and for part b do i just find the derivative at that point?

I assumed at first that it was an algebra class so I used X and Y, sorry for the confusion

thank's !!

You're welcome! Glad I could help!