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# Mean Value Theorem and the police A slave patrol officer

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## Solution for problem 30E Chapter 4.6

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Problem 30E

Mean Value Theorem and the police ?A slave patrol officer saw a car start from rest at a highway on-ramp. She radioed ahead to another officer 30 mi along the highway. When the car reached the location of the second officer 30 min later, it was clocked going 60 mi/hr. Can the patrol officer conclude that the driver exceeded the speed limit?

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Solution 30E Step 1 We are given that, a first patrol officer saw a car start from rest at a highway. She radioed ahead to another patrol officer 30 mi along the highway. When the car reached the location of the second officer 30min later, it was clocked going 60 mi/hr. We have to find can the officer conclude that the driver exceeded the speed limit.

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