Posted by **lisa** on Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 3:08pm.

Let f(x)=e^(x2). By the Mean Value Theorem, there exists a point c such that

f′(c)=f(6)−f(4)6−4

with c between 4 and 6. Approximate c to within two decimal places; we're asking you to approximate c, because you can't "solve" for c.

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