Question

A function is given.

g(x)=1-4/5x; x=-5, x=4

(a) Determine the net change between the given values of the variable.

(b) Determine the average rate change between the given values of the variable.

Step 1

The given function is g ( *x *) = 1–4 / 5*x* and *x* = –5 , *x *= 4.

In order to find the net change between the values *x* = –5 and *x *= 4, find the value of g ( –5 ) and g ( –4 ).

Step 2

Calculate the value of g ( –5 ) as follows.

Step 3

Calculate the value of g ...

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