Constant Rate of Change – Practice Problems

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When something has a constant rate of change, one quantity changes in relation to the other by a constant factor. One concrete example of this is the relation of distance rate and time. Learn how to use and work with constant rate of change by helping Jiovani, an Italian poet, figure out the time of arrival of the carrier pigeon to his paramour’s kingdom upon sending his love letter. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSS.ID.C.7

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Explain how to get the equation representing a constant rate of change.
Fill in the table using the given constant rate of change equation.
Determine what the distance traveled is given a certain number of hours.
Use a table to plot points on a graph.
Identify the steps for finding the equation representing a constant rate of change.
Determine the rate of change from the table.