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Hi there, hopefully someone can help me I'm completely lost!!

I'm trying to solve sin((pi*x)/6) >= (x/2) for o<= x <= 1

using the mean value theorem.

I think I need to show that f ' (c) >= 0, however this f ' (c) is negative for some values in the interval? HELP!!

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# Mean Value Theorem Please Help

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