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# Suppose / e C[a, ft] and x\ and X2 are in [a, ft]. a. Show that a number if exists ISBN: 9781305253667 457

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Problem 29

Suppose / e C[a, ft] and x\ and X2 are in [a, ft]. a. Show that a number if exists between x\ and X2 with /U,) + /(X2) \ c/ _ 1 ^ ^ /(?) = 2 = 2 2* 2)' b. Suppose C| and C2 are positive constants. Show that a number if exists between xi and X2 with C\f{X\) +C2/(X2) /(?) = Ci +C2 c. Give an example to show that the result in part (b) does not necessarily hold when c\ and cq have opposite signs with C| C2.

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Finite Mathematics Chapter 3 Section 1.1 Operations Identities 0 - Zero Addition/ Subtraction 1 - One Multiplication/ Division  Zero is the additive Identity as displayed above. You can add or subtract zero from any number without changing that number's value.  One is the multiplicative identity as displayed above. You can multiply or divide any number by one without changing that number's value. Functions can also: o Be added or subtracted: i.e. f(x) + g(x) o Multiplied or divided: i.e: f(x) * g(x) o Make composite functions: i.e fog(x) = f(g(x)) Inverses:  An inverse gets you back to the identity o Example: The additive inverse o

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