Lecture 14: MVT proof is incomplete?
Moving parallel line up and down to find where it's a tangent to the curve is intuitive, sure, but that doesn't constitute a proof, does it? How do we *know* it will *always* become a tangent, for all possible curves? However intuitive it is, it isn't proven here.
Unless I'm missing something?

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