Finding a Solution In Exercises 75-78, use the Intermediate Value Theorem and Rolle's Theorem to prove that the equation has exactly one real solution.
To Prove: That the provided equation has exactly one-real solution.
The equation is .
Let be a continuous function in the interval differentiable in the interval and then there is at least one number such that .
Using the Intermediate Value Theorem, it can be seen and , and is continuous on
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