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Intermediate Value Theorem, Existence of Solutions
Continuity on an interval proves existence of values and heights within the interval.
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Upper Lower Bounds & Descartes Rule Of Signs
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Illustrates how to find zeros for a polynomial function via the use of the Rational Roots Theorem, Descartes Rule of Signs, and the knowledge of Upper and Lower Bounds patterns.
MAT.CAL.106.04 (Intermediate Value Theorem - Math Analysis)
MAT.CAL.106.04 (Intermediate Value Theorem, Existence of Solutions - Calculus)
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