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Let f : R→R have continuous derivatives up to order m. Let a,x ∈R with a < x and show that 

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Let f : I - K have continuous derivatives up to order m. Let a, I E R with a &lt; x and show that
If (I) - f(all
(m + 1)!
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f( m+1) (t)I.

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