Q: What does a rate look like in math?

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The rate, or rate of change is like an average all except it has to do with the slope of a line instead of a group of numbers. Finding the rate of change is like finding an average except you use the points on the graph instead of numbers in a group.

There is arrows on both sides of the line

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

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they look like arithmetic and geometric patterns in math

It is 0.001

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rate you rate an objet w / the speed of an object to the time or distance. just like in math

The quotient is the result of a division.

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It looks like a black book with designs on it

It is simply: 64.0

it looks like a rectangle with to of the points/vertices caved in