57 min video•september 24, 2019

Jennifer Durost

In this stream we talked about expanding our concept of "Rate of Change" from Average Rate of Change to Instantaneous Rate of Change (or slope of a function at a single point). We then used this idea to define the derivative using limits and practice finding derivatives using the limit definition of derivatives. A focus was made on being able to interpret the results.

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