# Kantorovich theorem facts for kids

In mathematics (especially numerical analysis), the **Kantorovich theorem** (or the **Newton-Kantorovich theorem**) is a mathematical statement about the convergence of Newton's method. This theorem was named after Leonid Kantorovich, and it is frequently used in the field of validated numerics.

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