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Unformatted text preview: 1] = 241(2) =2 m [1 , 0] =52(1) =7 m [0 , 1] = 3(5) 1= 8 m [1 , 2] =3 21 =3 m [2 , 3] = 132 = 1 . Math 111I Sec 001 Group Quiz 1 b. Next we ﬁnd the average rate of change between x =2 and x = 3, which follows as m [2 , 3] = 14 3(2) =3 5 . We gain a better understanding of the function from the values in a. because we get to see how the function is changing more often, and from those values if we take the average of (2 ,7 , 8 ,3 , 1) we obtain3 / 5. So because we can ﬁnd the answer to b. from a., then we can say that a. tells us more about the function....
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 Math, Derivative, A., 3 m, average rate

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