If f(x) is a polynomial of degree three with leading coefficient 1 such that $f(1)=1$, $f(2)=4$, $f(3)=9$then prove $f(x)=0$ has a root in interval $(0,1)$.
This is a reframed version of "more than one option correct type" questions. I could identify all the other answers but this one got left out.
From the information given in the question, the cubic equation is $$x^3-5x^2+11x-6=0$$
Now I don't know how to prove the fact that one of the roots lies in the interval $(0,1)$. As it is a cubic equation I can't even find the roots directly to prove this.