# Precalculus

Let f(x)=e^x. Compute the average rate of change over the interval [ln3, ln4].

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1. average f'

f'=f(final)-f(initial) / (ln4-ln3)

avg f'= (4-3)/(ln4-ln3)

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2. luckily, f' = f

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