Q: What are non examples of rate of change?

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9/1 X 2 = 18/2

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A banana are a good non-example since they have little - if anything - to do with a rate.

A banana and an apple are non-examples of unit rates. In fact, they are non-examples of any kind of rates.

Yes, the rate of change can be linear or non-linear.

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To find rate of change. Two common examples are: rate of change in position = velocity and rate of change of velocity = acceleration.

Any idea is a non example of physical change.

non example of chemical change: one non example is ice. ice is NOT an example of chemical change.

If the graph is a non-vertical straight line, then the rate of change is constant. If the line is curved, then the rate of change (slope) varies.

Some examples: Your velocity is the rate of change of distance (even if you don't think of it in that way). Your acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. Your pay rise is the rate of change of your pay (per year).

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30/100 because denominator has to be 1 Alexander A

"Rate of change" means how quickly something changes. Examples in physics include a speed as a rate of change of position - if your position changes 10 meters every second, then that (10 meters/second) is your rate of change of position, or your velocity. Or if your income increases by a thousand dollars a year, then that's the rate of change of your income - how quickly your income changes.

Depending on the situation, a rate of change can be constant (at least over a certain time period), or it may be non-constant.

what are some few examples of a chemical change

Well , eating pizza (:

Velocity is the rate of change of position. Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. How fast you spend money. How fast you do a certain job done, assuming it can be split into pieces. For example, wash dishes.

some examples If the change is not good and not around the next generation, then it is non-evolutionary. A cowwith a foot growing out its shoulder, comes to mind.

a non-stop rate * * * * * No it is not. A non-stop rate can be faster and slower and faster and faster still etc. That is NOT a constant rate, A constant rate means the same amount for any unit of time in the whole time interval. The rate must not change at all from start to finish.

A non renewable resource is a resource that does not renew at a sufficient rate. Some examples of non renewable resources are coal, petroleum, and some aquifers.

Linear functions have a rate of change because their slope parameter is non-zero. That is, as their x or y values changes, their corresponding x or y values change in response.

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A line. For a line continues in a straight path at a constant rate of change.

A banana is a non example of a rate.