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If there is a jump in a graph, over what interval would the intermediate value theorem apply? not sure if the link works, but here's the graph in question: http://www.physicsforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=32630&d=1298826454

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i think the graph has to be continuous
[0,inifinity)? i dunno
yeah, but this is actually a multiple choice question, and "does not apply" is not a choice... :\ I've read through all of the lesson many times, and just don't get it. The possible answers are: A: (-1, 1) , B: [-1, 1] , C: [-1, 0] or [0, 1] , D: everywhere

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