# Difference between revisions of "Cauchy's mean value theorem"

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var fArray = board.neville(p); | var fArray = board.neville(p); | ||

var graph = board.create('curve', fArray, {strokeWidth:3,strokeOpacity:0.5}); | var graph = board.create('curve', fArray, {strokeWidth:3,strokeOpacity:0.5}); | ||

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var g = function(t) { | var g = function(t) { | ||

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graph], {name:' ',style:6,fixed:true}); | graph], {name:' ',style:6,fixed:true}); | ||

board.create('tangent', [r], {strokeColor:'#ff0000'}); | board.create('tangent', [r], {strokeColor:'#ff0000'}); | ||

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line = board.create('line',[p[0],p[4]],{strokeColor:'#ff0000',dash:1}); | line = board.create('line',[p[0],p[4]],{strokeColor:'#ff0000',dash:1}); |

## Revision as of 14:58, 27 January 2010

*Cauchy's mean value theorem* is also known as *extended mean value theorem*. In Germany it is called *Zweiter Mittelwertsatz*.

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