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From rotchm: Evaluate f(370). What do you get?
Ditto for f(...
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Sat, 16 Nov 2019 22:25:34 +0000
Evaluate f(370). What do you get?
Ditto for f(20).
Then evaluate (f(370)  f(20))/(370  20).
Done!

From Captain Matticus, LandPiratesInc: Average rate of change between two points is t...
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Sat, 16 Nov 2019 23:39:32 +0000
Average rate of change between two points is the same as saying, "Slope between 2 points." The idea is to reinforce what the slope between 2 points is measuring.
(f(370)  f(20)) / (370  (20)) =>
(5 * (370^7  (20)^7) + (e^(0.5 * 370)  e^(0.5 * (20))) + (370^3  (20)^3))) / 390
It's going to look like hell, because e^(185) is essentially 10^80, and the other values pale in comparison to it. The answer is pretty close to 5 * 10^77
https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%285+*+%28370%5E7++%2820%29%5E7%29+%2B+%28e%5E%280.5+*+370%29++e%5E%280.5+*+%2820%29%29%29+%2B+%28370%5E3++%2820%29%5E3%29%29%29+%2F+390