Rates of change

Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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Learning objectives

Recap of past learning

Rate of change is gradient

Example 1

Example 2

Learning objectives: Revisited

Final words and summary

This is another video in the Rates of Change section of the Year 11 Mathematical Methods (VCE Units 1 and 2) course. Looking at the idea of constant rates of change, I explain that this can mean the gradient of a straight line. I continue to look at how we find the gradient of a point of a curve by drawing a tangent. There are a couple of rather simple examples all explained in an easy to understand way.

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