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@deron

Here is an example of how you can compute the rate of change (ROC) in Fortran:

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program rate_of_change implicit none real :: initial_value, final_value, roc ! Input initial and final values print*, "Enter the initial value: " read*, initial_value print*, "Enter the final value: " read*, final_value ! Compute the rate of change roc = (final_value - initial_value) / initial_value ! Output the rate of change print*, "The rate of change is: ", roc end program rate_of_change |

In this program, the user is prompted to input the initial and final values. The rate of change is then calculated by subtracting the initial value from the final value, dividing by the initial value, and storing the result in the variable `roc`

. Finally, the rate of change is printed to the console.

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