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Use the intermediate-value theorem to show that cos x = x has a solution in (0, 1)

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Problem 6

Use the intermediate-value theorem to show that cos x = x has a solution in (0, 1).

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Textbook: Calculus For Biology and Medicine (Calculus for Life Sciences Series)
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Author: Claudia Neuhauser
ISBN: 9780321644688

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