Great attempt, especially on applying Darboux’s Theorem. However, you cannot use integration in part a for several reasons, one being that you have no idea what the constant of integration is.

Your proof is very clear and easy to follow. I like that you defined Darboux’s Theorem not as part of the proof but as side work. Besides the error in part a, this is a really nice proof.

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