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Note particularly that the instantaneous rate of change at x = a is the limit of the average rate of change on [a, a + h] as h → 0. • Provided the derivative f (a) exists, its value tells us the instantaneous rate of change of f with respect to x at x = a, which geometrically is the slope of the tangent line to the curve y = f (x) at the point (a, f (a)). We even say that f (a) is the slope of the curve y = f (x) at the point (a, f (a)). • Limits are the link between average rate of change and instantaneous rate of change: they allow us to move from the rate of change over an interval to the rate of change at a single point.

75? Write a complete sentence to explain, using correct units. (b) A person’s sensitivity, s, to the drug is deﬁned by the function s(q) = f (q). What are the units of sensitivity? 02. Write a complete sentence to explain the meaning of this value. Include in your response the information given in (a). 3. The velocity of a ball that has been tossed vertically in the air is given by v(t) = 16−32t, where v is measured in feet per second, and t is measured in seconds. The ball is in the air from t = 0 until t = 2.

B) A person’s sensitivity, s, to the drug is deﬁned by the function s(q) = f (q). What are the units of sensitivity? 02. Write a complete sentence to explain the meaning of this value. Include in your response the information given in (a). 3. The velocity of a ball that has been tossed vertically in the air is given by v(t) = 16−32t, where v is measured in feet per second, and t is measured in seconds. The ball is in the air from t = 0 until t = 2. (a) When is the ball’s velocity greatest? (b) Determine the value of v (1).