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    Proving remainder in Taylor series grpahically.

    Hi,

    I have seen the integration by parts proof of the remainder in a taylor series. I there a geometrical proof?

    I tried it using a first order polynomial approximation of a function. I just got into a mess.

    Thanks,

    Ed
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesDarwin View Post
    Is there a geometrical proof?
    I do not think so.
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