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does it consists with theoretical knowledge of solving question like this:

there is a function f(x) which is continues in the borders [a,b]

and derivitable in the borders (a,b), b>a>0

alpha differs 0

prove the there is b>c>a

in that formula:

http://img392.imageshack.us/my.php?image=81208753je3.gif

i never encoutered this kind of questions

and in this MIT calculus course i searched their exams and there is no such question

there are only normal calculus material regarding derivatives ,limits,aproximations

but i cant see this sort of complicated proving questions

??

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