Heyyyy peeps... can someone please help me with this question. (First post.. so not sure where exactly to post it

'for what real values of 'k' does the equation x^3-2x^2-4x+k = 0 has at least one root strictly between -2 and 0??'

Thanks awesome humans!!

Hey!!! Here is my solution of the question:

BTW that cross between the f(-2) and f(0) towards the end is just multiplying the two functions together.

Yeah, like S200 mentioned, just post on the

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