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November 18, 2020 4:51 pmpts 30 pts
If a function f defined on [a, a+ h] is such that it is continuous in [a, a + h, differentiable in (a, a, + h), then 3 e e (0, 1) such that (A) f(a - h) - f(a) = f(a + eh) (B) fa+ h)- f(a) = f(a - eh) (C) fa +h) f(a) = hf(a + eh) (D) f(a - h) - f(a) =h2 f(a + 6h)
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  • Sonu thankyou
    answer C
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    Chakravarthi g s
    why teta is multiplied to h .