# sketch a graph of an arbitrary function f that satisfies the given condition but does not satisfy the conditions of the Mean Value Theorem on the interval [-5,5]

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Please sketch a graph of an arbitrary function f that satisfies the given condition but does not satisfy the conditions of the Mean Value Theorem on the interval [-5,5]

f is not continuous on [-5,5].

Please offer as much explanation as practicable.

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Please sketch a graph of an arbitrary function f that satisfies the given condition but does not satisfy the conditions of the Mean Value Theorem on the interval [-5,5]

f is not continuous on [-5,5].

Please offer as much explanation as practicable.

Recall:

Mean Value Theorem: Let f be a ...

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