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A heat seeking particle has the property that at any point (x,y) in the plane it moves in the direction of maximum temperature increase if the temperature at (x,y) is T(x,y)=e^(2y)cos(x) find an equation y=f(x) for a path of a heat seeking particle at point(pi/4,0)
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A heat seeking particle has the property that at any point (x,y) in the plane it moves in the direction of maximum temperature increase if the temperature at (x,y) is T(x,y)=e^(2y)cos(x) find an equation y=f(x) for a path of a heat seeking particle at point(pi/4,0)

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