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DSE 2016 doubt

Halflife
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Re: DSE 2016 doubt

alibaba
If I had faced this ques for the first time i would have also marked D
But I think this is so because since the fn is differentiable it is continuous too and the C is a wider option including both x=1 and x=3
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Because what holds for x^2 may not hold for any other function you take. The problem is solved by applying Rolle's theorem to g'(x).
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alibaba
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Can you explain how to apply Rollles theorem here??
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Seecha
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I have done this through lagrange interpolation formula ..... check out online .... its esy from that method
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