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    Mean Value Theorem?

    Given f(x) { a-bx and x is less than or equal to 3} on [0,4], Determine values of b and a so that the function will satisfy the conditions of the Mean Value Theorem. What is the value of x that's guaranteed to exist by the Theorem?
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    Re: Mean Value Theorem?

    Quote Originally Posted by camjenson View Post
    Given f(x) { a-bx and x is less than or equal to 3} on [0,4], Determine values of b and a so that the function will satisfy the conditions of the Mean Value Theorem. What is the value of x that's guaranteed to exist by the Theorem?
    Please, rewrite this question. Try to quote the original wording.
    As it is now, it does not make much sense.
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    Re: Mean Value Theorem?

    Did you mean  f(x) \leq 3 ?
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