anonymous
  • anonymous
partial derivative of f (x, y, z) = e ^ (3x +4 y) cos 5z
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
With respect to...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
x,y,z
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
d/dx ---> 3e^(3x+4y)cos(5z) d/dy ---> 4e^(3x+4y)cos(5z) d/dz ---> -5e^(3x+4y)sin(5z)
anonymous
  • anonymous
z is the easiest. hold everything else constant and the derivative of \[cos(5z)=-5sin(5z)\] so answer is just \[-5e^{3x+4y}sin(5z)\]
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  • anonymous
dasdfefefd is quick!
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z if it is easier haha
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dasdfefefd muchas gracias!!
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dasdfefefd brother thank you very much
anonymous
  • anonymous
f (x, y, z) = e ^ (3x +4 y) cos 5z with respect to x d/dx ---> 3e^(3x+4y)cos(5z) then the other variables do not behave as constants?

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