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kittie21 wrote:I have read over both of my math texts many times, I am just really having difficulty with this concept. I understand the theory behind it, that if a function satisfies the two conditions then the slope of the tangent = f'(c) for some c on the interval of the function (a,b), but having a hard time apply the theorem.
so what I am up to now is that y-x/2sqrt c < y-x/2sqrt x
So just as long as x is larger than 0 and c is larger than x it should work for any numbers?
kittie21 wrote:Thank you for your help! So glad I finally understand it.