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2! 1 n 1 D f (z)(x − z)n − · d · (x − z)n+1 . n! (n + 1)! for a constant d, which is chosen such that ∆(x0 ) = 0. Then we have ∆(x0 ) = ∆(x) = 0. Therefore, by the mean value theorem 267, there is 0 < ρ < 1 such that for δ = x0 + ρ(x − x0 ), we have ∆ (δ) = 0. But ∆ (z) = − 1 n+1 1 f (z)(x − z)n + D · d · (x − z)n , n! n! and therefore d = D n+1 f (δ). In other words, we have a ﬁnite Taylor formula under the condition that the last term takes the derivative of f not exactly at x0 , but somewhere between x0 and x.

J−1 , x, αj+1 , . . αn ) is an j : Uj → U : x ∞ injective C function. Proof Since open sets in Rn are unions of open cubes Kε (x), the set Ujα is clearly open. The curve uα j is an injection, and we have uα j (x) = (α1 , α2 , . . , αj−1 , 0, αj+1 , . . , the sum of a constant and a linear function, so by sorite 265, the curve is C ∞ , since constants, addition, and linear functions are so. If f : U → V , and if j, α are as in lemma 268, then we may consider α α α the compositions α j f = f ◦ uj : Uj → V .

The curve uα j is an injection, and we have uα j (x) = (α1 , α2 , . . , αj−1 , 0, αj+1 , . . , the sum of a constant and a linear function, so by sorite 265, the curve is C ∞ , since constants, addition, and linear functions are so. If f : U → V , and if j, α are as in lemma 268, then we may consider α α α the compositions α j f = f ◦ uj : Uj → V . If j f is diﬀerentiable in x ∈ α α Uj , we have the derivative Dj f (x), which is denoted by Dj f (a) with a = (α1 , α2 , . . , αj−1 , x, αj+1 , .