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*If $$ f $$ is a function, then a chord is a straight portion whose edges belong to $$ C_f $$*

f is a continuous function. its domain is $$ [0,1] $$ and $$ f(0)=f(1)=0 $$

f is a continuous function. its domain is $$ [0,1] $$ and $$ f(0)=f(1)=0 $$

**A) Prove that a chord with length $$ \tfrac{1}{2} $$ exists**

B) Prove that a chord with length $$ \tfrac{1}{n} $$ exists where n=1,2,3..

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B) Prove that a chord with length $$ \tfrac{1}{n} $$ exists where n=1,2,3..

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**A)**question is a result of

*B)*