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I was looking for proof that why every lagrange remainder is decreasing as the order of lagnrange remainder increases.

so on wikipedia, it says, for a function to be an analytic function, x must be in the neighborhood of x0. What does this neighborhood mean by? should that be r=|x-x0|<1? then everything makes sense.

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