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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

would you just move the z to the other side to find the gradient vector of z=2e^(3y)cos(2x)

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  1. anonymous
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    I would take the partials with respect to x, and y and construct the vector at a given point.

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    need to find the tangent plane and normal line at the point (pi/3,0,-1)

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    Take the partials, and evaluate them at that point.

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    yea i know that, but do you move the z to the right side or not, how would you take the partial of z if left on the left

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