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    Interpreting Graphs

    A liquid is heated in lab using hot plate the graph temperature vs time is shown below



    [MEDIA=imgur]c6ehBn5[/MEDIA]



    answer using letter A, B, C, D FROM THE ABOVE GRAPH



    1) WHERE IS THE RATE OF CHANGE ZERO?


    2) WHERE IS THE RATE OF CHANGE CHANGING?


    3) WHERE IS THE RATE OF CHANGE POSITIVE?


    4) WHERE IS THE RATE OF CHANGE GREATEST?


    5) CALCULATE RATE OF CHANGE FOR SECTION A, INCLUDING UNITS?




    MY ANSWER FOR


    1) C


    2) D


    3) A B


    4) B


    5) NOT SURE HOW TO SOLVE



    PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWERS AND HELP ME



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    Re: Interpreting Graphs

    This doesn't belong in Differential Geometry and I believe I answered this for you on another website.
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