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It means the same rate. Its going/moving at a constant rate.

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No. Only a linear function has a constant rate of change.No. Only a linear function has a constant rate of change.No. Only a linear function has a constant rate of change.No. Only a linear function has a constant rate of change.

It means that the first derivative is a constant. The derivative may be with regard to time or any other variable.

You can determine if a rate of change is constant, by taking the instantaneous rate of change at multiple points - if they are all equal to each other, it can be assumed that the rate of change is constant. Alternatively, you can differentiate the function (if there is an associated function) - if this comes to a constant i.e. a number, then the rate of change is constant.

if a number can change randomly it is called a variable

A constant rate!

Unit rate, slope, and rate of change are different names for the same thing. Unit rates and slopes (if they are constant) are the same thing as a constant rate of change.

what is "constant rate of change"I second that.-alixa constant rate of change is the m in Y=MxB In mathematics, a constant rate of change is called a slope. For linear functions, the slope would describe the curve of the function. The world "constant" in this context means the slope and therefore angle of the curve will not change it can also be called a coefficent

To find the constant rate of change is by taking the final minus initial over the initial.

A fraction is a numerical constant. Being a fraction does not alter that. And, as a constant, its rate of change is precisely zero.

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.

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

it mean per rate

A linear relationship.

"Slope" can be thought of as rate of change - and a constant doesn't change.

constant rate means that rate which is fixed and can not be changed. varying rate is that rate which is not fixed and can be change easily.

Constant rate of change is is counting by 10s or and even number

The constant rate of change between two points on a line is called slope.

Find the derivative

One definition of the derivative is: "Rate of change". Since a constant is constant, it doesn't change, and the rate at which it changes is zero.

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When something has a constant rate of change it means that it has a linear graph. The function can be written in the slope intercept form of y = mx + b.

An arithmetic series does not have a constant rate of change, so there is none.

In mathematics, a constant rate of change is called a slope. For linear functions, the slope would describe the curve of the function. The world "constant" in this context means the slope and therefore angle of the curve will not change.