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Asked Oct 16, 2019

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Let

f(x) = (x − 3)^{−2}.

Find all values of *c* in (1, 7) such that

f(7) − f(1) = f '(c)(7 − 1).

Step 1

Given function is

Step 2

we find the values of f(7) and f(1) by substituting x=7 and x=1 in f(x) respectively

Step 3

Now, we find f'(x) and rep...

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