# intermediate value theoremの例文

- That fact can also be proven by using the intermediate value theorem.
- Hence, the intermediate value theorem ensures that the equation has a solution.
- The intermediate value theorem says that every continuous function is a Darboux function.
- Thus f satisfies a property stronger than the conclusion of the intermediate value theorem.
- Thus f is a spectacular counterexample to the converse of the intermediate value theorem.
- From the intermediate value theorem, has at least roots.
- In this case, the Brouwer fixed-point theorem follows almost immediately from the intermediate value theorem.
- Using this definition, he proved the Intermediate Value Theorem.
- The main mathematical tool used by Austin's procedure is the intermediate value theorem ( IVT ).
- Another proof can be given by combining the mean value theorem and the intermediate value theorem.
- If the degree is odd, then by the intermediate value theorem at least one of the roots is real.
- By the intermediate value theorem, the image of " X " under this continuous function is the entire unit interval.
- He also gave the first purely analytic proof of the intermediate value theorem ( also known as Bolzano's theorem ).
- However, not every Darboux function is continuous; i . e ., the converse of the intermediate value theorem is false.
- The Brouwer fixed-point theorem is a related theorem that, in one dimension gives a special case of the intermediate value theorem.
- Therefore, by the intermediate value theorem and the connectedness of the circle, g ( x ) = 0 for some x.
- We can imagine the intermediate value theorem's failure as resulting from the ability of an infinitesimal segment to straddle a line.
- It is also continuous by construction so by the intermediate value theorem, it crosses " r " = 1 exactly once.
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- Some theorems of standard and non-standard analysis are false in smooth infinitesimal analysis, including the intermediate value theorem and the Banach Tarski paradox.