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Rate of change (ROC) is a measure of how a variable changes over time. It is calculated by taking the difference between the current value and the previous value and dividing it by the previous value.

Here is an example of how to compute the rate of change using Python:

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def calculate_roc(data): roc_values = [] for i in range(1, len(data)): roc = (data[i] - data[i-1]) / data[i-1] roc_values.append(roc) return roc_values # Example data data = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50] roc_values = calculate_roc(data) print(roc_values) |

In this code snippet, we define a function `calculate_roc`

that takes a list of data points as input and calculates the rate of change for each consecutive pair of data points. The result is stored in the `roc_values`

list.

You can replace the `data`

list with your own data to calculate the rate of change for a different set of values.

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