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Intermediate Value Theorem Understand and Apply the Intermediate Value Theorem Question Find the smallest integer a such that the Intermediate Value Theorem guarantees that f(x) has a zero on the interval [O, a]. f(x) = 2,'-3x2 + x-5 Provide your answer below: FEEDBACK MORE INSTRUCTION SUBMIT Content attribution Previous Nex Show Al JAN 24 MacBook Ai F5 F7 F8 F9 F1o F11 F12 7 8 9 0

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Intermediate Value Theorem
Understand and Apply the Intermediate Value Theorem
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Find the smallest integer a such that the Intermediate Value Theorem guarantees that f(x) has a zero on the interval [O, a].
f(x) = 2,'-3x2 + x-5
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9
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Intermediate Value Theorem Understand and Apply the Intermediate Value Theorem Question Find the smallest integer a such that the Intermediate Value Theorem guarantees that f(x) has a zero on the interval [O, a]. f(x) = 2,'-3x2 + x-5 Provide your answer below: FEEDBACK MORE INSTRUCTION SUBMIT Content attribution Previous Nex Show Al JAN 24 MacBook Ai F5 F7 F8 F9 F1o F11 F12 7 8 9 0

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Step 1

The function is f(x)=2x3-3x2+x-5.

Observe that the given function is a polynomial and thus it is continuous over the closed interval [0,a].

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