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find f(x)=1/x-4 on the interval [0,3]

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    |dw:1352473984671:dw|

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    okay can you explain how you got it

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    i used my sense of vision and somehow got it!! its actually not a high school problem for sure.. are you doing some research papers etc?

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    ohh am sorry,,it says to find it in [0,3] ..so the ans should be |dw:1352474289413:dw|

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    hope that helps :)

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    No it didnt! I need step by step.

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    thats the only step i could figure out! :/

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