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    I know this may not be hard question for you guys but how do you:

    show that the equation x^3 +4x=1 has solutions between x=0 and x=1
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    Never really done a question like this before but I assume you make the equation equal to 0 and sub in the x values to get the y values.

    Sub in 0 and 1 and see what you get.
    The y values would be the solutions.(NOTE: make the equation equal to 0 first).


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