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Depending on the context, the rate of change may be called different things. In algebra, we recognize rate of change as slope. Or, more simply, change in y over change in x. In calculus, the rate of change is the slope of the line tangent to the curve. In terms of chemistry, the rate of change would refer to the reaction rate.

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