# Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that the polynomial f(x) =2x"-11x +4 has a real:zero between -2 and 0.Select the corect choice below and fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice.O A. Because f(x) is a polynomial with f(-2)|>0 and f(0)=0 and f (0)|>0, the functionhas a real zero between 2 and 0.OC. Because f(x) is a polynomial with f(2)-0, the function has a real zero between-2 and 0D. Because fx) is a polynomial with f2)

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1 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseUse the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that the polynomial f(x) =2x"-11x +4 has a real: zero between -2 and 0. Select the corect choice below and fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice. O A. Because f(x) is a polynomial with f(-2)| >0 and f(0)= <0, the function has a real zero between -2 and 0. B. Because f(x) is a polynomial with f-2)=>0 and f (0)| >0, the function has a real zero between 2 and 0. OC. Because f(x) is a polynomial with f(2)- <0 and f(0) >0, the function has a real zero between-2 and 0 D. Because fx) is a polynomial with f2) <0 and f(0)= <0, the function has a real zero between -2 and 0. Click to select and enter your answer(s). Take a Test CHRIS... O Quizzes & Tests - In... acer fullscreen
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Step 1

We have to find f(-2)

f(-2)=-8

Step 2

Then we find f(0)

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