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More generally, for r ∈ N, we define D r f , if it exists, recursively by D 0 f = f and D r +1 f = D(D r f ), and call D r f the r -th derivative of f . We may also recursively extend the tangent operator f T f to higher powers if the r -th derivative of the involved functions exists, by T r f = T (T r −1 f ). Exercise 150 Show that if the functions f : U → V and g : V → W are r times differentiable, then we have T r (g ◦ f ) = T r g ◦ T r f . Definition 192 For open sets U ⊂ Rn and V ⊂ Rm , the set of functions f : U → V such that all derivatives D s f for s = 0, 1, .

Then for two indexes N ≤ M, the triM M angle inequality in Rn yields Σ(cM ) − Σ(cN ) = i=N+1 ci ≤ i=N+1 ci , and the latter is smaller than any positive ε for M, N sufficiently large by the absolute convergence hypothesis. Therefore the Cauchy criterion yields convergence of the series. The next criterion gives us a large variety of absolutely convergent series at hand: Proposition 252 If a series Σ(ci )i ∈ Sequ(R, n) is based on a sequence (ci )i with non-zero members such that there is a real number 0 < q < 1 c with this property: There is a natural N such that ci+1 ≤ q for all i > N, i then Σ(ci )i is absolutely convergent.

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. There are several propositions which guarantee the zero convergence of the remainder. We shall present a frequently used criterion here, see [14] for more refined criteria: 56 Differentiability Lemma 272 If f ∈ C ∞ (I) and there are positive real constants A, B such that for all x ∈ I and all n ∈ N, we have |D n f (x)| ≤ A · B n then the Taylor formula representation f (x) = Taylor x0 f (x) holds for all x ∈ I.

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