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Each student will be using a DIFFERENT INTERVAL X +/- #. Directions: Read, ponder View Full Description Rate of Change WITHOUT derivatives PROBLEM: Given f(x)=.04(8x-x2) Find the rate of change of elevation when x = 2 WITHOUT taking a derivatives directly. Instead use find the slope between f\$f(2-Delta x) t extup{ and } f(2+Delta x)f\$ The first student should let f\$Delta f\$ x = 1 using forum title Delta x=1. Then use f(2+1) and f(2-1) to find the slope between two points (1, f(1)) and (3, f(3)). The first line of their post should be f\$displaystyle Delta x=1f\$ The second student should select a different value f\$Delta f\$ x < 1 and find the appropriate f(x+f\$Delta f\$ x ) and f(x-f\$Delta f\$ x ) to find the slope between two DIFFERENT POINTS closer to the x=2 value. Also include in your title the value of your f\$Delta f\$ x! The third student should select and POST their new f\$Delta f\$ x < the second student’s value. Again find the new appropriate f(x+f\$Delta f\$ x ) and f(x-f\$Delta f\$ x ) to find the slope between two DIFFERENT POINTS even closer to the x=2 value. Etc. When all done, post a comment on at least TWO OTHER STUDENTS’ WORK! sec 1.1, pg 47, #3

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