how do i find the rate of change or y=2x-1 and (1,4) and (2,-3)
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Rate of change of y=2x-1 is 2, the slope.

Slope of the two given points is (-3-4)/(2-1)=-7, which is a negative rate of change.

2>-7 so is greater. (However, the magnitude of the slope of the points is greater)

answered Dec 13, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (589,260 points)

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