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December 28th, 2011, 05:37 AM   #1
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Mean Value Theorem

By using the Mean Value Theorem prove that the inequality ?1+x < 1 + x/2 is valid for x > 0.

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Re: Mean Value Theorem

Try rewriting the equation using Latex, linked to below.

And use the "preview" option after enclosing the code in [latex ] [
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Re: Mean Value Theorem

If f(x) = ?(1 + x) - 1 - x/2, f(0) = 0 and f'(x) is negative for all x > 0.
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ok thank you The Chadz i'm sorry about it but im new at this forum.i will be carefull after that
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