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DANIEL93

  • 3 years ago

MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS : (HELP ME)

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  1. DANIEL93
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  2. experimentX
    • 3 years ago
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    differentiate the usual way ... treating y as constant while differentiating wrt x and vice versa

  3. nitz
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    can u find the partial derivative of (x^2)y wrt to y

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    firstly tell me this then we will proceed

  5. DANIEL93
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    im oredy find the answer. but the answer not same. i need a solution :(

  6. nitz
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    ok which one doesnt match

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    \[2y+e ^{xy}y ^{2}\]

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    \[e ^{xy}x ^{2}\]

  9. DANIEL93
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    the answer have sin n cos .. i don't know how the answer can get sin and cos?

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