8th grade
posted by Abby .
I don't understand constant rate of change can you give me some examples.
The graph I have shows the depth of the water in a vase over 8 days

constant rate of change.
constant speed is constant change of distance/time
so if you are going 25mph, your distance is changing at a constant 25miles each hour.
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