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yes for A
I'm confused on how to start Part (B) though. It looks straight-forward, but I don't see how to do it.
Looks like some rise over run thing. When answering, can you draw it for me?
is the problem from topology class?
No, Multivariable Calculus (Calculus III) class.
in second part.. the derivatives indicates that y is constant and derivative of z wrt x so the 'k' in the eqn is z then put y=constant (derivative=0) 0= 1/2 *1 + dz/dx
try to do the other part on the same logic
Can you be more specific, please? Sorry, this is the first time I'm attempting this.
It says to make a geometric construction. Can someone do this for me?
I am so glad my professor didn't give me this. I don't know where to begin
:( I asked over 10 people for help on this. I got one useful answer for part B, but not parts C and D.
I haven't even heard of this and I have taken multivariable calculus
I've done line integrals, stoke's theorem, divergence theorem, conversions in cartesian, polar, spherical, double integrals, triple integrals, Jacobian... I have never came across this.... seriously.
oh yeah I've done Green's Theorem
if oyu want to make geometrical construction.. take y as a constant like y=2 sketch a graph...that will give you a value of slope and as you may think of changing value of y the graph will just shift upward or downward (y=2 was just an example, you can take it as 4,5...u got my point of taking y as a constant)
for 3rd part um confused 'coz its asking if the m and n are same sign or opposite sign if you can help me understand the question, i can try if I would have to guess then m and n are of same sign coz of the paragraph starting
part D we are assuming n=0 and z=k in the eqn z=mx+ny +c k=mx+c x=(k-c)/m it will be a horizontal straight line
sorry couldn't reply.. was going for a movie :P
@Divu.mkr, Thank You for the help! Although it's too late now, I'll still give you points.