Use the figure to answer the questionsyEГВ(a) At each labeled point on the graph, identify whether the instantaneous rate of change is positive, negative, or zero.Select-Select--Selectpoint Apoint Bpoint C-Selectpoint D-Selectpoint E(b) Is the graph steeper at point C or at point E?(c) Is the graph steeper at point A or at point C?O AC

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Use the figure to answer the questions
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E
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(a) At each labeled point on the graph, identify whether the instantaneous rate of change is positive, negative, or zero.
Select
-Select
--Select
point A
point B
point C
-Select
point D
-Select
point E
(b) Is the graph steeper at point C or at point E?
(c) Is the graph steeper at point A or at point C?
O A
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Use the figure to answer the questions y E Г В (a) At each labeled point on the graph, identify whether the instantaneous rate of change is positive, negative, or zero. Select -Select --Select point A point B point C -Select point D -Select point E (b) Is the graph steeper at point C or at point E? (c) Is the graph steeper at point A or at point C? O A C

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Step 1

a) At A the graph is moving downwards so there instantaneous rate of change is negative. 

At B the graph has local minimum so there instantaneous rate of change is 0.

At C the graph is moving upwards so there instantaneous rate of change is positive. 

At D the graph has local maximum s so there instantaneous rate of change is 0. 

At E the graph is moving upwards so there instantaneous rate of change is positive. 

Answer(a): Point A= negative

Point B=0

Point C=positive

Point D= 0

Point E=positive

 

Step 2

At E the graph is increasing faster than point C. So the graph i...

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