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In formula 1 it says F(1) = F(0)+F'(0)+ 0.5F''(C)

Where the heck dos the C come from? I thought they were applying taylor's formula to find an approximation of F(1), around t=0. Then c=0, right? Is it because h and k are very small?

In other words, how is there room for a c, when x=1 and x_{0}=0?

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# Taylor's formula for two variables

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