Intermediate Value Theorem Calculator

Intermediate Value Theorem is a popular concept in Calculus, often studied together with mean value theorem. Here I will state the theorem and help you understand this with the help of the Intermediate Value Theorem calculator.

Intermediate Value Theorem

Let f(x) be a function which is continuous on $[a, b]$, $N$ be a real number lying between $f(a)$ and $f(b)$, then there is at least one $c$ with $a \leq c \leq b$ such that $N = f(c)$.

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Intermediate Value Theorem Calculator

Click on the button above to launch the Intermediate Value Theorem calculator and grapher. If the button doesn't appear then you are using an incompatible browser or your browser doesn't have proper Javascript support. Try opening this page in Google Chrome or any other modern browser. This works on mobile devices too.

Note: $x_{min}$ and $x_{max}$ are just graph plotting ranges. These don't have anything to do with the Intermediate Value Theorem. Increase or decrease the values to increase the graph size.

Also see, mean value theorem calculator.

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