# SOLUTION: can someone please help me figure out this problem: Which of the following pair of points is indicative of a zero per the Intermediate Value Theorem? 1. (0,0) & (2,-3) 2. (-

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 Question 158718: can someone please help me figure out this problem: Which of the following pair of points is indicative of a zero per the Intermediate Value Theorem? 1. (0,0) & (2,-3) 2. (-2,-3) & (2,-3) 3. (2,0) & (0,-3) 4. (3,-4) & (-6,12)Answer by scott8148(6628)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!the y value cannot change from -4 to 12 without going through zero, so 4 is the correct answer