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How do you find the average rate of change of a function over an interval?

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BettieZumbrunnen

Average rate of change over an interval = (difference in value of the function between the beginning and end of the interval)        divided by (length of the interval). Example: If the function was 200 pounds at the beginning, and 98 pounds 3 hours later, then the average rate of change is  (98 - 200) / 3 = -34 pounds per hour.

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