# Mean value theorem

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*Mean value theorem*or MVT as it is often shortened to comes in two forms, a single-variable form that any first year will encounter and a more general form for manifolds.- Maybe 3 forms if you separate out the case on [ilmath]\mathbb{R}^n[/ilmath] and on a general smooth manifold

- See Notes:Mean value theorem for my notes on the page.

## Contents

## Statement

### Mean value theorem (first form)

Mean value theorem (first form)/Statement

### Mean value theorem (second form)

Mean value theorem (second form)/Statement

## References