what is the average rate of change of the function y = x2 on the interval [2,5]?

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what is the average rate of change of the function y = x2 on the interval [2,5]?

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Find the slope of the line with those given x values as the x pints and use the y=x^2 to find the y parts. (x, y=x^2) for the given [2,5] so x=2 and x=5.
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Average rate of change is the slope of the line defined by the end points of the sample. So for this sample range: |dw:1440119916280:dw|
THe slope of this line: |dw:1440119995741:dw|
omg lol can you pls just explain the formula and how to walk thru the steps>
Well, how do you get the slope of any line?
y1 + y2/x1 + x2?
Close. - (y1 - y2)/(x1 - x2) OR (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1) Either will get the same answer.
okay, great so now what? :/
Well, you are given the domain [2,5]. Domain are x values. So that is your x1 and x2. You are given y = x^2. So use your x values to find your respective y values.
(2,4) and (5,10?)
is that 2x or x^2?
If it is 2x, then yes, it would be (5,10). But if it is x^2 (a parabola) then it would be (5, 25).
ohhhh pellet, your right... I knew that, silly mistake :p
so then I plug it in?
Hehe. Yah. It happens. OK: (2,4) (5,25) Yah, plug them in.
and it wud be 7?
Yep. (2,4) (5,25) 25-4/5-2 21/3 7 That is what I got too.
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FYI: Instant change is the slope of the tangent line. So instant change is also a slope. Rates of changes can basically be seen as a slope one way or another. This can help people visualize them on a graph...

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