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# Draw the graph of a function for which the conclusion of ISBN: 9780321570567 2

## Solution for problem 5E Chapter 4.6

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Problem 5E

Draw the graph of a function for which the conclusion of the Mean Value Theorem does not hold.

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Solution 5E Step 1 In this problem we have to give an example of a function with the graph where mean value theorem does not hold. First let us see the statement of Mean value theorem. Mean Value theorem: If f is defined and continuous on the closed interval [a,b]and differentiable on the open interval (a,b)then there is at least one point cin (a,b)that is a < c < bsuch that f (c) = f(b) f(a) ba

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