Hey everybody. The problem goes like this.

Proof that the line y=11x+16 does not intersect the curve x^3-x in no other points different than (-2,-6) and (4,60) by Mean value theorem.

Thanks for your help

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- Nov 17th 2010, 03:03 PMgordo151091Help proving by Mean value theorem
Hey everybody. The problem goes like this.

Proof that the line y=11x+16 does not intersect the curve x^3-x in no other points different than (-2,-6) and (4,60) by Mean value theorem.

Thanks for your help - Nov 17th 2010, 05:22 PMpickslides
Start by writing $\displaystyle 11x+16 = x^3-x$

What is your attempt at this problem? - Nov 17th 2010, 06:20 PMgordo151091
- Nov 17th 2010, 06:24 PMDrexel28