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Thereby, each successive diﬀerence f (x + t i ) − f (x + t i−1 ) has a diﬀerence in its arguments, which relates only to one coordinate i. To the above decomposition, one then applies the mean value theorem for the partial derivatives in the i-th coordinates and estimates the total diﬀerence. We leave the details as an exercise. 52 Differentiability Example 108 Consider the function f from R2 to R2 deﬁned by f (x, y) = cos x 2 +y − 1 1 , x − sin(y) + . 2 2 Fig. 5. The mapping f (x, y) = (cos( x2 ) + y − 12 , x − sin(y) + 12 ) from R2 to R2 .

A subdivisions of an edge a x y is the addition of one more vertex v to V and the replacement of a by two edges x ax v and v ay y. We have these auxiliary facts: Lemma 260 Suppose that we can prove the special case that Γ is planar iﬀ it contains no subgraph which is a subdivision of a graph isomorphic to K5 or K3,3 . Then the theorem follows. Proof If Γ has no subgraph which can be contracted to a graph isomorphic to K5 or K3,3 , then in particular, it has no subgraph, which is a subdivision of a graph isomorphic to K5 or K3,3 , since subdivisions can be contracted to the original graphs.

0), . . t n−1 = (t1 , t2 , . . tn−1 , 0). Thereby, each successive diﬀerence f (x + t i ) − f (x + t i−1 ) has a diﬀerence in its arguments, which relates only to one coordinate i. To the above decomposition, one then applies the mean value theorem for the partial derivatives in the i-th coordinates and estimates the total diﬀerence. We leave the details as an exercise. 52 Differentiability Example 108 Consider the function f from R2 to R2 deﬁned by f (x, y) = cos x 2 +y − 1 1 , x − sin(y) + .