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Constant Differences and Average Rate of Change
Mathematics
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This is the work I did: Difference in X 3-1=2 4-3=1 7-4=3 8-7=1 Difference in H(t) 5.5-0.5=5 8-5.5=2.5 15.5-8=7.5 18-15.5=2.5 I am just not sure how to interpret the data to know what is true.
triciaal
  • triciaal
look at each subsection for example A the x-values are evenly spaced find the difference between the values check is it the same difference between the x-values just like you did above the difference is not the same so for A not true

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KJ4UTS
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It looks like b. f(x) does not have a constant difference so that doesn't look true either.
KJ4UTS
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C. the average rate of change is not constant so I don't think that one is true either.
KJ4UTS
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For D. there is not a average rate of change of 2.75 but that only leaves me with E. which I don't understand.
triciaal
  • triciaal
check again c is true 2.5
triciaal
  • triciaal
I have G as the final answer.
KJ4UTS
  • KJ4UTS
Im a little confused about that I do see that its true?
triciaal
  • triciaal
E is asking is y = m x + b
triciaal
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Is F(x) a linear function ? do you get a straight line with a constant slope if you plot the points? or if you use the equation
KJ4UTS
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With a constant slope it would be going up as a straight line.

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