zarkam21:

Last three

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zarkam21:
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zarkam21:

basically did all did just have to do the f(a)-f(b) part thats all

3 weeks ago
zarkam21:

Everything is the same I will copy that down

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Vocaloid:

uh I suppose you just calculate f(b) - f(a) / (b-a) for the given function, a, and b values i gues

3 weeks ago
zarkam21:

like 2-1

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Vocaloid:

2-1? for b) the interval is a = 0, b = 1, so calculate f(1) - f(0) / (1-0) using the given function

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zarkam21:

0?

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Vocaloid:

good, then you just show that f'(c) = 0 somewhere on the function (I think you already did this)

3 weeks ago
zarkam21:

but its not continuous for the first one so there isn't a point that exists

3 weeks ago
Vocaloid:

right so that's why you wrote no point exists and moved to question b) for the calculation

3 weeks ago
zarkam21:

ugh omg im sorrry im so tired and trying to get this done

3 weeks ago
Vocaloid:

anyway c) is the same reasoning, also ends up being 0

3 weeks ago
zarkam21:

yes i already did it i and graphed like 1.5,0

3 weeks ago
zarkam21:

and what do I graph for the c?

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Vocaloid:

it's not asking for a graph, it just wants you to calculate f(b) - f(a) / (b - a) and see if there's a f'(c) equal to the result

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zarkam21:

oh okay so just 0 for b and c

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Vocaloid:

yes

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zarkam21:

Thank you so much have a good night

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