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(continued from attatched image) There can be another function g(x) that is not equal to tx, which also satisfies the given conditions, and g(0.5) is not equal to 0.25. So, how can we prove that either tx is the only function satisfying the given conditions, or that for every possible g(x), g(0.5) will have to be 0.25 ?

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There can be another function g(x) that is not equal to tx, which also satisfies the given conditions, and g(0.5) is not equal to 0.25. So, how can we prove that either tx is the only function satisfying the given conditions, or that for every possible g(x), g(0.5) will have to be 0.25 ? 

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Grade:12th pass

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Arun
25758 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
 
Please post complete question first. As I didn't have any idea about question.
 
Hope you understand
The Dragonborn
25 Points
2 years ago
@Arun the first three lines in the attatched image are the question. we are given I, J and that f(x) is continuous. We have to find f(0.5)
Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear student 
Question is not clear 
Please upload an image.
We will happy to help you.
Good luck 
Cheers 

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