Posted by **g** on Wednesday, July 4, 2012 at 9:31pm.

for f(x)=-x^2 +1, which value is the largest magnitude?

a) average rate of change from x=-1 to x=1

b) instanteneuous rate of change at x=3

c) instanteneous rate of change at x=0

average rate of change from x=-4 to x=0

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