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Which of the following is necessary for the intermediate value theorem to be applicable for a function f on an interval [a, b]?
A. f must be continuous on [a, b].
B. f must be continuous on (a, b).
C. f must have at most one discontinuity.
D. f must always be increasing.
 one year ago
Which of the following is necessary for the intermediate value theorem to be applicable for a function f on an interval [a, b]? A. f must be continuous on [a, b]. B. f must be continuous on (a, b). C. f must have at most one discontinuity. D. f must always be increasing.

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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0\[f is continuous on [a,b]\]
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