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Does anyone here have any pointers on how to even start the following question?

Suppose for all x element [0, 1] we have f(x) element [0, 1]. Prove that the graph f(x) must intersect the line y = 1 - x

Any help would be great thanks.

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# Proving f(x) intersects a graph when given an interval

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