Rates of Change
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This video is another in the series looking at how we can apply differentiation to solve Mathematical problems. It's part of the Mathematical Methods Units 1 and 2 (VCE) course and looks at the ideas behind instantaneous rates of change and average rates of change. There are a number of worked examples explaining the theory in an easy to understand way. I show how to do the questions by hand and using a CAS.
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