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Notes - 4.2 - Rolle's and Mean Value Theorem

# Notes - 4.2 - Rolle's and Mean Value Theorem

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Notes on the Mean Value Theorem, with a warm up activity and introduction to the theorem by Rolle's Theorem.
Notes on the Mean Value Theorem, with a warm up activity and introduction to the theorem by Rolle's Theorem.

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05/14/2014

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DrillLook at the following graph. Notice that it is:1.continuous on [-2, 2]2.differentiable on (-2, 2)3.and f(2) = f(-2)Find the value of c, for which f ’(c) = 01. Draw two more graphs that have the same three properties as above, including at least one place wheref ‘(c) = 0, but which look different.2. Try to draw a graph that has the same three properties as above, but does NOT have a value c where f ‘(c) =0
21123−2−1123
21123−2−112321123−2−1123
21123−2−1123

Notes – 4.2
First we have to talk another theoremROLLE’S THEOREM  _________________________ has three stipulations:1.f is ______________________________________________________________________ 2.f is ______________________________________________________________________ 3._________________________________________________________________________ If f satisfies the above three properties, then there is a number
c
in (a, b) such that ____________________________________________________________________________ MEAN VALUE THEOREM: _________________________ has two stipulations:1.f is _____________________________________________________________________________ 2.f is _____________________________________________________________________________ If f satisfies the above three properties, then there is a number
c
in (a, b) such that ___________________________________________________________________________________