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2-83.

The **Intermediate Value Theorem** is sometimes used to prove that roots exist. For example, *f*(2) = −4 and *f*(3) = 1, does *f*(*x*) have a root somewhere between *x* = 2 and *x* = 3? Why or why not? Homework Help ✎

Is it possible to move from *y* = –4 to *y* = 1 without passing through *y* = 0?

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