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Nonlinear Function

A nonlinear function is any function that is not linear. Since the definition of a linear function is that is has a constant rate of change, a nonlinear function doesn't have a constant rate of change.

The functions above are all examples of nonlinear function since there rate of change vary. In other words, the graph of a nonlinear function is not a line.

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