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By the intermediate value theorem, there is an angle [theta] [member of][[[theta].

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This can be proven by supposing that g (a) [greater than or equal to] a and g(b) [less than or equal to] b that is (a [greater than or equal to] [a, b] [less than or equal to] b ) = g (a) - a [greater than or equal to] a and g(b) - b [greater than or equal to] 0 Since g is continuous, the intermediate value theorem guarantees that there exist c [member of] [a, b] such that g(c) - c =0 so there must exist a 'c' such that g(c) = c This means that there must exist a fixed point [member of] [a, b] Example 2.