Question

# The value of 'c' in Lagrange's mean value theorem for in [0, 2] is

- 0
- 1
- 2/3
- 3/2

Hint:

### Lagrange mean value theorem states that for any two points on the curve there exists a point on the curve such that the tangent drawn at this point is parallel to the secant through the two points on the curve.

## The correct answer is: 2/3

### Given : is a polynomial

We know that polynomials are continuous and differentiable in their range

Simplify f(x) for ease of calculation

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The students can make an error if they don’t know about the formula for calculating the number of points as mentioned in the hint which is as follows

The number point of intersection between two lines can be counted by finding the number of ways in which two lines can be selected out of the lot as two lines can intersect at most one point.

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The students can make an error if they don’t know about the formula for calculating the number of points as mentioned in the hint which is as follows

The number point of intersection between two lines can be counted by finding the number of ways in which two lines can be selected out of the lot as two lines can intersect at most one point.

The number point of intersection between two circles can be counted by finding the number of ways in which two circles can be selected out of the lot multiplied by 2 as two circles can intersect at most two points.

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