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The graph of cube root function m is shown: Compare the average rate of change of m to the average rate of change of h(x) = V4r over the interval + = 0 tox = 4 Round your answer to the nearest hundredth:

The average rate of change of m is about

times the average rate of change of h over the interval x = 0 tox= [=

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This problem says the graph of cube root function m is shown, and we’re asked to compare the average rate of change of m to the average rate of change of h of x equals cube root of 4x over the interval from 0 to 4, and round our answer to the nearest hundredth. And the blank we’re asked to fill in is the average rate of change of m is about blank times the average rate of change of h over the interval 0 to 4. So to be able to figure this out we need to know the formula for rate of change or average rate of change, which is f of b minus f of a divided by b minus a. And in this case our a value is our 0 and our b value is 4. So looking at our m function for the graph on the left, if we want to evaluate f of b and f of a, we’ll look at the x values of 0 and 4 and look at their outputs. So if our b value was 4, we want f of 4. f of 4 looks to evaluate at 2 for that y value because that’s the point 4, 2. So that would be 2 minus f of a, where f of a would be f of 0. And at 0 we also have the y value 0 at the origin, so that’s 2 minus 0 over b minus a, which is 4 minus 0. That gives us 2 over 4, and that simplifies to 0 .5 or 1 half. So that’s our average rate of change for m. Now to find the average rate of change for h of x, we don’t have a graph but we’re given the function so we can evaluate. First for h of 4, that gives us cube root of 4 times 4. That is going to give us the cube root of 16. And when we evaluate that in the…

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