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[tex]\dot{f}(0) = \left<\gamma(0), \dot{\gamma}(0)\right> = \left<x, v\right> = 0[/tex]

since [itex]y - r(y) = x + v - x = v \in N_x M[/itex]. Since [itex]f[/itex] is convex, [itex]0[/itex] is a minimum, hence the thesis for the arbitrariness of the curve [itex]\gamma[/itex]. Am I wrong?

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