A climber began at an altitude of 46,250 feet. After 2 hours he was 46,400. After 6 hours, he was at 46,700. what is the rate change?

Guest May 31, 2023

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To find the rate of change of the climber's altitude, we need to calculate the average rate of change of altitude for the time interval from 2 hours to 6 hours.

Average rate of change = (change in altitude) / (change in time)

The change in altitude from 2 hours to 6 hours is:

46,700 - 46,400 = 300 feet

The change in time from 2 hours to 6 hours is:

6 hours - 2 hours = 4 hours

Therefore, the average rate of change of altitude is:

Average rate of change = 300 feet / 4 hours = 75 feet per hour

So the rate of change of the climber's altitude from 2 hours to 6 hours is 75 feet per hour.

macabresubwoofer Jun 1, 2023