angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
algebra help plese???
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angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
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angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
Use the graph below to answer the question that follows: graph of the curve that passes through the following points, 0, 3; pi over 2, 5; pi, 3; 3 pi over 2, 1; 2 pi, 3. What is the rate of change between the interval of x = 0 and x = pi over two?
angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
@alexisxx you think you can help out?

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angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
@alexisxx you think you can help out?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes Please give me one minute. @angiepangie123456
angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
ok, thank you so much
angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
@alexisxx
angiepangie123456
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phi
  • phi
find the slope between these 2 points: (0,3) and (pi/2, 5)
phi
  • phi
slope is change in y divided by change in x
angiepangie123456
  • angiepangie123456
how do you do this? @phi
phi
  • phi
do you know the y values are the second number in the (x,y) pair? find the y values of \[ (0,3) \left(\frac{\pi}{2}, 5\right) \]

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