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f(50)-f(40)/50-40 = (1.5 square root 50 +28.6)- (1.5 square root 40 +28.6)/ 50-40
I remove the parentheses and distribute the negative..
Yes you can use the distributive property. A(b+c) =A*b+A*c

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I got .112
Let me see if I can find a calc to check your approx. On a phone. No desktop or laptop :(
Okay
Actually it was pretty easy to type into wolfram http://m.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%281.5*sqrt%2850%29-1.5*sqrt%2840%29%29%2F%2850-40%29&x=12&y=11
The system told me I was wrong. The correct answer is 0.1
0.1 is the correct answer if you are to round to the nearest tenth
0.112 is the correct answer if you are to round to the nearest thousandths
Oh okay. Thank you.
Good job on the calculator part.

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