Is the Mean Value Theorem the same as Intermediate Value Theorem?

No, the mean value theorem is not the same as the intermediate value theorem. The mean value theorem is all about the differentiable functions and derivatives, whereas the intermediate theorem is about the continuous function. The mean value theorem guarantees that the derivatives have certain values, whereas the intermediate value theorem guarantees that the function has certain values between two given values.

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