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Suppose that z is a linear function of x and y with slope -3 in the x direction and slope 1 in the y direction. (a) A change of 0.4 in x and -0.5 in y produces what change in z? change in z =

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    Please help me with this

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    ok. you know that the equation is z=-3x+y. Now take partial derivative of z with respect to x. so you get dz=-3dx. Also take partial derivative of z with respect to y. So you get dz=dy. Now dx=0.4 and dy=-0.5. So find dz

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    Thank jwon

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