Show that the equation
x^2*e^mod(x)
Has at least two solutions for x in
-1<=x<=1.
Thanks
Well I ahve found out that the theorem is as follows:
If ƒ(x) is a continuous real-valued function on the closed interval from a to b, then, for any y between the least upper bound and the greatest lower bound of the values of ƒ, there is an x between a and b with ƒ(x) = y
Now how do I apply this to the question.