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Find the slope of the secant line between x=2 and x=5 on the graph of the function f(x)=−2x2+2x+3.

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Find the slope of the secant line between x=2 and x=5 on the graph of the function f(x)=−2x2+2x+3.

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Step 1

We have to find  the slope of the secant line between x=2 and x=5 on the graph of the function f(x).

f(x) is given below:

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Step 2

We will use following rule to find slope.

Rule is given below:

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Step 3

With the help of above rule we will find slope of secant line.

For this first we will find value of y for corresp...

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