Chinese Simplified Translator Application
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Please translate the following math paragraphs into Chinese Simplified.
What is average rate of change? The average rate of change of function f over the interval a≤x≤b, is given by this expression:[f(b)-f(a)]/(b-a). It is a measure of how much the function changed per unit, on average, over that interval. It is derived from the slope of the straight line connecting the interval's endpoints on the function's graph. *
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Described verbally, the rule says that the derivative of the composite function is the inner function g within the derivative of the outer function f', multiplied by the derivative of the inner function g'. *
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Please watch the following video and translate the transcript into Chinese. Please type your translation in the following blank. The video link is here: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/ap-calculus-bc/bc-diff-contextual-applications-new/bc-4-5/v/falling-ladder-related-rates *
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