mathematics: in general, a function has the Darboux property if every image of an interval is itself an interval. In formal terms, Darboux property is expressed as: for any two values a and b in the domain of f, and any y between f(a) and f(b), there is some c between a and b with f(c) = y

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mathematics: in general, a function has the Darboux property if every image of an interval is itself an interval. In formal terms, Darboux property is expressed as: for any two values a and b in the domain of f, and any y between f(a) and f(b), there is some c between a and b with f(c) = y

March 21, 2011