# 6.1 - Rate of change We can also call rate of change 1 2 1...

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Section 6.1 Rate of Change and Slope

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Practice: Simply each 1) 2) 3) 2 4 3 2 - - 1 8 4 2 - - - 3 5 ) 4 ( 6 - - -
Rate of Change: Rate of Change= t independen dependent

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Example Find the rate of change for the cost of ski rental equipment. # of Days Cost 1 \$30 2 \$80 3 \$130 4 \$180
Using a graph We can also use a graph to find the rate of change. In this case we think of rate of change as: Rate of Change = Horizontal Vertical

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Use the Graph The graph shows the distance traveled by a circus car. Find the rate of change. Explain what this means.

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Unformatted text preview: Rate of change We can also call rate of change____________________. 1 2 1 2 x x y y run rise Horizontal Vertical slope--= = ∆ ∆ = Find slope using the graph Find slope using two points 1) M(2,5) and A(4,7) 2) T(-1,4) and H(3,-2) 3) M(5,-2) and O(-3,6) 4) R(7,-2) and I(7,4) Horizontal and Vertical lines What is the slope? Find the slope (3,4) and (3,6) (-5,6) and (-5,2) (1,2) and (1,-5) Homework # ____ Homework: p.286 # 1-33 odd...
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6.1 - Rate of change We can also call rate of change 1 2 1...

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