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Let g: R3 →R2 be a differentiable function such that g(1, −1, 3) = (2,5) and the following equation is true.
Dg(1, −1, 3) =
1 −1 0
4 0 7
Suppose that f: R2→ R2 is defined byf(x, y) = (2xy, 4x –y + 8). What is D(f g)(1, −1, 3)?
D(f g)(1, −1, 3) ?
I am sort of confused on how to approach this. Is it wanting me to integrate to find D(f of g)?
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Let g: R3 →R2 be a differentiable function such that g(1, −1, 3) = (2,5) and the following equation is true. Dg(1, −1, 3) = 1 −1 0 4 0 7 Suppose that f: R2→ R2 is defined byf(x, y) = (2xy, 4x –y + 8). What is D(f g)(1, −1, 3)? D(f g)(1, −1, 3) ? I am sort of confused on how to approach this. Is it wanting me to integrate to find D(f of g)?
 one year ago
 one year ago

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Mind if I ask where you found this problem? I don't recognize this from the course material.
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