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answered Proof of Taylor's series expansion with two terms
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comment Proof of Taylor's series expansion with two terms
Thanks, this is correct indeed, but I would like to find a proof which does not use the l'Hospitals rule. I mean, something which would really only require the direct definition of the differentiation. The point is, I actually need to prove this result for a multidimensional case (but I hope that if I see the one-dimensional proof, I'll be able to easily generalize it).
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comment What is the constant $e$, fundamentally?
A duplicate, indeed. It's sad, however, that there is still no good answer to the actual question in any of the other posts.
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