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@coty_beier

Rate of Change (ROC) is a measure of how quickly a variable is changing over a specific period of time. In Lua, you can compute the Rate of Change by following these steps:

- Define the initial value of the variable at the start of the time period as initial_value.
- Define the final value of the variable at the end of the time period as final_value.
**Calculate the Rate of Change using the formula**: ROC = (final_value - initial_value) / initial_value * 100.- Multiply the result by 100 to get the percentage change.

Here is an example code snippet in Lua that calculates the Rate of Change:

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-- Define initial and final values local initial_value = 50 local final_value = 70 -- Calculate Rate of Change local roc = ((final_value - initial_value) / initial_value) * 100 -- Print the result print("Rate of Change: " .. roc .. "%") |

You can modify the initial and final values in the code above to calculate the Rate of Change for different variables. Just make sure to update the `initial_value`

and `final_value`

variables accordingly.