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Q: Whats is the rate of change for the set of ordered pairs -3 19 -1 11 1 3 3 -5?

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The first derivative is the rate of change, and the second derivative is the rate of change of the rate of change.

the steepness of the line is the slope of the line which is the rate of change; the steeper the slope, the faster the rate of change

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

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There have to be two (or more) ordered pairs for an average rate of change to make any sense. Your question does not.

It is the change in the second element of the two pairs divided by the change in the corresponding first elements.So, if the two pairs are (p, q) and (r, s), the rate of change is(q - s)/(p - r) or, equivalently (s - q)/(r - p). It does not matter which of the two pairs goes first but the same order must be used for the numerator and the denominator - that is why the word "corresponding" was used above.

Acceleration is the rate of change of velocityaka how fast the velocity changes

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no its speed that definds the rate change of position

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The rate of change is the change divided by the original value. This answer, converted to a percentage is the percentage rate of change.

The rate of change of velocity. (As velocity is the rate of change of position.)