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Ron Larson
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# HOW DO YOU SEE IT? The graph shows the rate of change of the sales of a new product. (a) Approximate the rate of change of the sales after 16 weeks. Explain your reasoning.(b) Approximate the weeks for which the sales are increasing. Explain your reasoning.

(a)

To determine

The rate of change of sales after 16 weeks, with the help of the provided graph of rate of change of the sales for a new product, which is shown below as; Explanation

Given Information:

The provided graph of rate of change of the sales for a new product, which is shown below as:

The provided graph of rate of change of the sales for a new product, which is shown below as:

From above graph, it can be clearly seen that for t=16<

(b)

To determine

Which weeks, Sales are increasing with the help of the provided graph of rate of change of the sales for a new product, which is shown below as: ### Still sussing out bartleby?

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