# Some variants of Cauchy's mean value theorem

@article{LozadaCruz2020SomeVO, title={Some variants of Cauchy's mean value theorem}, author={German Lozada-Cruz}, journal={International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology}, year={2020}, volume={51}, pages={1155 - 1163} }

ABSTRACT In this note, some variants of Cauchy's mean value theorem are proved. The main tools to prove these results are some elementary auxiliary functions.

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