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TitoSmooth

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#51 in Stewart's Calculus 7th ed. (section 1.8)

x^4 + x - 3=0

What I know so far. the equation or function has to be continuous throughout the given interval.

ie (0,2) so f(0)<c<f(1)

we plug in the x's into the equation and get the Y values then we compare them.my problem is i do not understand the computation.

Can someone please give me a step by step approach the problem? Thanks.