# Using rolle's theorem, show that equation 3x=sin (x) has only one solution.

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Using rolle's theorem, show that equation 3x=sin (x) has only one solution....

Answers: 3

Using rolle's theorem, show that equation 3x=sin (x) has only one solution....

a function has only one independent variable and one dependent variable. the difference between a function and a relation is that a relation may have two or more dependent variable.

you can call the independent as input and dependent as output.

i'm not sure

answer: -11x + 6y-41

step-by-step explanation:

if you're figuring it just need to find what to add to get the numbers

to get a -6, you need to add -11 to 5

to get 6y, you just need to bring that and to remove 41, you need to subtract to itself to make it 0

so you have -11x +6y -41