e showing, for each of the 10-worker intervals, the averageworker. (Round your answers to two decimal places.)Step 1e average yearly rate of change is given byChange in Wchange in workersAverage rate of changeFor each of the four intervals we useChange in workersSubmit Skip (vou cannot come back)Exercise (The following table shows, for a certain manufacturing plant, the nunmberproduced in a day as a function of n, the number of full-time workers.

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e showing, for each of the 10-worker intervals, the average
worker. (Round your answers to two decimal places.)
Step 1
e average yearly rate of change is given by
Change in W
change in workers
Average rate of change
For each of the four intervals we use
Change in workers
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Exercise (
The following table shows, for a certain manufacturing plant, the nunmber
produced in a day as a function of n, the number of full-time workers.
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e showing, for each of the 10-worker intervals, the average worker. (Round your answers to two decimal places.) Step 1 e average yearly rate of change is given by Change in W change in workers Average rate of change For each of the four intervals we use Change in workers Submit Skip (vou cannot come back) Exercise ( The following table shows, for a certain manufacturing plant, the nunmber produced in a day as a function of n, the number of full-time workers.

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We multiply both sides by Change in workers So, Average rate of change x Change in workers Change in W

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