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    jrj62
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    Average Rate of Change in Function

    I think I know how to do this but I can't get my answer to match the books. Please help.

    Find the average rate of change between the given points:
    f(x)= (1/x^2) one over x squared is the function
    x=3, x=(3+h) are the points

    Thank you
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     \frac{f(3+h)-f(3)}{h}
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