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Hello guys, is it possible to "see" the mean value theorem when one is only thinking of numerical values without visualizing a graph? Perhaps through a real world problem?
What do you want to know? A real world problem which can be solved due to the main value theorem? What should numerically mean? Numerically we always only get an approximation, as the likely mean value isn't rational.Hello guys, is it possible to "see" the mean value theorem when one is only thinking of numerical values without visualizing a graph? Perhaps through a real world problem?
By numerically I meant reasoning without resorting to geometry. In other words, how can one foster an intuition for this without seeing a graph?What do you want to know? A real world problem which can be solved due to the main value theorem? What should numerically mean? Numerically we always only get an approximation, as the likely mean value isn't rational.