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Extreme Value Theorem
If the function
is continuous over the closed interval
, then there is at least one maximum value (green) and one minimum value (red) of
in that interval.
Contributed by:
Jacqueline Wandzura
Additional contributions by:
Stephen Wandzura
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Snapshot 3: If a function is monotone increasing or decreasing in a given interval, then the endpoints must be the extrema.
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Extreme Value Theorem
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Contributed by:
Jacqueline Wandzura
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Stephen Wandzura
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