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Find the jacobian for: x= sin u + cos v y= -cos u + sin v

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    I got 0

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    i got cos (u-v).

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    can you explain how you got that

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    i'm not sure it's right or not. i just try.

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    yeah you are correct..For some reason I messed up on the partial differentials at the beggining. Thanks!!

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    welcome :)

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