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how do you calculate the rate of change in a graph?? is it just the gradient??
Usually a premise, whether assumed or not, is followed by a conclusion. You didn't address his question :rofl:dextercioby said:Since your "rate of change" sounds terribly vague,i'll assume that it means "the change in <<y>> corresponding to an infinitesimal change in <<x>>",which means the derivative of the function at a specific point.
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Yes, he did when he said "which means the derivative of the function at a specific point." "Derivative" is what us Yanks call the "gradient".whozum said:Usually a premise, whether assumed or not, is followed by a conclusion. You didn't address his question :rofl:
In that case, its a run-on sentence , and thats why it doesn't make immediate sense.HallsofIvy said:Yes, he did when he said "which means the derivative of the function at a specific point." "Derivative" is what us Yanks call the "gradient".