# Difference between revisions of "Differentiability"

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If the function <math>f: D \to R</math> is differentiable in <math>x_0\in D</math> then there is a function | If the function <math>f: D \to R</math> is differentiable in <math>x_0\in D</math> then there is a function | ||

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## Revision as of 20:26, 22 January 2019

If the function [math]f: D \to R[/math] is differentiable in [math]x_0\in D[/math] then there is a function [math]f_1: D \to R[/math] that is continuous in [math]x_0[/math] such that

- [math] f(x) = f(x_0) + (x-x_0) f_1(x) [/math]