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mahmit2012
mean value theorem.
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why that c is belonging to (1.e) ?
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@mahmit2012 Aap itne intelligent kaise bane? Mujhe bhi bataayen. Thank you sir! :)
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sometimes figure out what function can solve our problem is too hard. in this case xex was the answer.
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How is mean value condition related to this question??
continues in [a,b] differentiable in (a,b)
It's not easy to come up with the first step :\
and this case has one condition more , fa=fb=0
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